Baymont Inn & Suites Austin South

Address: 4323 South Interstate Highway 35, Austin, Texas, 78744, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Upper Boggy Creek area of Austin, is near Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, Elisabet Ney Museum, Hyde Park, and Bettie Hamilton Woodburn Residence.
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    A travel blog entry by catblake34 on Sep 15, 2015

    ... town for more margaritas. After am couple more hours wandering the shopping district, including a stop in "uncommon objects" which looked like it could have provided the props to a horror film. We then stopped off at the San Jose motel for another cocktail. This was the site of the second blue umbrella attack of the day. Another gust of wind caused another blue umbrella to hit Danielle...this time causing her go throw her drink, glass ...

    The best laid plans......

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    Day 139 - Traveling to Austin Texas

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    ... time to find the flyaway LAX bus station, get tickets and board. The traffic was fine and we got to the airport at just after 9am so we were really early, of course being early it took no time to check in and get through security, if we were late it would have been the opposite. Once we got to the gate we got breakfast from a bakery, it was a complete rip off, my turkey sandwich was $10 by itself, all up for a ...