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I never been to Texas, but it is on my...umm.."bucket list" for lack of a better term. From what you write and from photos, Austin looks gorgeous. I have another comment but, it is about the author of this article. But, best left for another time ;)

If you had eaten all that you have photographed, and it ALL looks wonderful, that running path would have had to be a daily routine. But hey, it was a bit of a vacation and you probably thought, "who cares?!"

Plenty of sites to see, lots of history it looks. Nothing like an area of history with lots of eye pleasing scenery. Spring might be a perfect time of year to where the temps are more manageable and perhaps a little more green? Just a guess.

Great piece Carol your writing is fun, almost felt like I was there.

In my past life in NYC I drove limos for the rich and not so famous. So, if you ever need a designated driver with references, let me know!!

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