Extended Stay America - Austin - Metro
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... brought me an “Ontbijtkoek” from Holland after their recent visit – yum!
On the 1st February we saw “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway. It’s one of the highest rated shows but we didn’t love it. Still it’s another thing ticked off the bucket list!
On February 8th I flew to Detroit. I met Matt who was already there and we headed to an Airbnb place in the city. The next morning we got the bus to Ann ...
... so perhaps pick someone strong or someone you're not too fond of.
After returning home late there was nothing for it but to order room service for breakfast the next morning and only leave the hotel close on 3pm. We had gotten a list from Meredith on where the best eats were, and therefore headed to the top of the list, Franklins BBQ for lunch. Obviously now firmly in holiday mode we had no idea which day of the week it was but upon arrival when the sign said ...
... They did go to Oregon, and the undivided back postcards tucked into the box hint at the scenes they must have witnessed!
Most of the postcards in the box were Cross & Dimmitt cards. There are three categories of traditional postcards--real photo, lithographed, and special cards. "Real photo", a term referring only to postcards, are ...
... Jim wanted to keep riding our bikes around the campus that afternoon.
We rode downtown to the well known live music scene on 6th street in Austin. Most of the places are kinda seedy looking but all were packed with people of all ages and live music being performed throughout the day.
The campground we stayed at, McKinney Falls State Park, had just ...
... out of the formation, and a trick play with a double pass resulted in a 47-yard completion on the first play of the game. Ironic considering Coach Royal's preference for the run. Texas made quite a few big plays to jump out to a 20-7 lead at halftime, including a 61-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the drive after the first touchdown. Iowa State actually had a decent amount of success running the ball against the Texas defense, and ...