Oh god let me say first of all, driving for 9 hours straight really hurts the ass.
Anyways, I left on Friday morning to a good start around 8am and got to Austin around 9pm. I was severely delayed towards the end because of a terrible car accident that happend shortly after Live Oaks, TX, and I drove 20 mph from there all the way to Austin. :(
Saturday was my day off, my husband and I also celebrated our 4th year of marriage while we were in Austin so it was a double win this past weekend with that and the show. Here are some places that I visited while there.
I did some excellent shopping while in Austin, I bought an antique Coke tray and a really old typewriter on Congress st. I forgot the name of the store but I had a antique-gasm when I walked in, and here is me recovering from it. lol
Here is my husband modeling for me outside The Salt Lick in Driftwood,TX I had seen that Adam guy from Man vs Food eat there on tv once, so of course we had to go try it out. Of course it was delicious, I highly recommend anyone go visit this place if they're in the area.
Under the Congress ave bridge, there are supposedly like a million bats that live in the bridge. I saw some come out but not what I expected. Those bats suck, I wanted to show whoever reads this a badass photo of blackend skies of bats and mayhem but only a few came out. I also saw in the flesh while driving around downtown Danny DeVito, my husband took a photo of him, but its too fail to share. I might put it on my FB, I'm not sure yet, but the dude sure is short.
Here is a photo of the venue on 6th st, the craziest bar strip I've ever seen. Sunset Blvd has nothing on this place.
This was the designer for Kramp Couture another great designer that was in the show.