Extended Stay America - Austin - Metro
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... dancers, spoken word artists and singers performed and the crowd got to “boo” them off stage if they didn’t think they were good enough to advance to the next round. It was really fun!
On the 25th of April Matt and I headed into Manhattan to check out a small food and craft market. After that we decided to head over to the new Brookfield Place near the Freedom Tower. We had a quick look at some of the shops before making ourselves ...
... order food and drink which is served to you at high-top tables right behind the stall. I wish I had one of these at home because they hold tournaments, leagues, and even feature a full bowling alley underneath! It's a nerdy golfer's heaven! Haha! A couple of hours at the range, and with our bodies sufficiently worked out, we headed back to Tacy's place where we'll be staying for the next couple of nights. It's nice to be among friends and staying in a comfortable ...
... to be rainy :) but we've decided we're going to explore no matter how wet we get! Lauren has done an incredible job organizing all our documents and has done an incredible job planning our itinerary/travel logistics. As of now (weather permitting) our second day we'll be exploring Phang Na Bay. An adventure awaits us, so ready or not, here we go!
... an extreme games event. By late afternoon we headed back on the bus to the hotel to pack up ready for leaving in the morning. We got lazy and didn't feel like going far for dinner so we ended up going to the IHOP for dinner, which made it everyday we ate at the IHOP for the 5 days here, either having breakfast 3 times, dessert, last night and dinner tonight. We had another early night so we can get up and have breakfast before checking out in the ...
... hostel and bed. And that's Texas. Oh, apart from this crazy service station we stopped at, called Buc-ee's ... the largest service station I've ever seen with pretty much everything and everything you could possibly want, including something called Beaver nuggets, which I was not game to try. Definitely only in America. So now were on our way to Carlsbad caverns in New Mexico, and then White Sands, Monument Valley and Tombstone. Pretty cool ...