Bachelorette Party 6th Street Style
My trip to Texas was short, sweet and I was such a tourist.
There are times when being a tourist is EXACTLY what you need to do in life. Touristy things are touristy things because well, they're popular. Having a bachelorette party on 6th street, bike brewery tours and amazing wall murals are all included in that. For the first time in a long time I didn't have my camera glued to my face. I ENJOYED just taking in the sights and being there with one of my best friends as she made her way down the isle.
Going downtown in Austin for a bachelorette party was probably one of the best things about this city. They were welcoming, all too happy to help Ren cross off her bridal bucket list and were so helpful finding the best food and drinks possible.
Sadly, I missed out on the bar bike riding. The hazard of flying out of small town Montana, it takes forever. My flight left at 5 am and I didn't arrive in Texas until 6pm. In one day I touched down in Minnesota, Michigan and then Texas. Seems a bit roundabout, right? But it all worked out because these lovelies got back to the hotel about the time I did. We got ready, put on our party shoes and got ready to drink the night away celebrating our friends.
It was a little amazing to me how well we all got along even though most of us hadn't met until that day. We had known of each other and been chatting in a group text for a while but you still never know how it is going to go when you put 8 females in a room together.
The men of Austin were more than willing to help Rennie cross off her bridal bucket list. Leave it to Ren to be overly excited about talking to strangers. Seriously, this girl is hilarious and can make even watching paint dry hilarious. No fear and pen in hand, Ren diligently crossed off almost every checkbox before having to tap out (gracefully) for the night.