Baymont Inn & Suites Austin South
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... us $15 .After eating we visted the Eiffel Tower didnt cost us any money. That is what we did the first day. The second day we went shopping we spent $100 each so we spent total of $200 . That is what we did while we were in Paris , now we are going home today :) bye bye dairy
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... last night and picked up all our tatty clean boxers and ran off with them. Thought sinking in that they've gone feeling upset that I'm gonna have to wear my boxers for another day making it the fourth day in a row. To cheer ourselves up we headed to IHOP: international home of pancakes, for some pancakes. Driving out of Amarillo we stopped at the Cadillac Ranch, a graveyard of half buried Cadillacs. Stopped off at Palo Duro Canyon next the second largest canyon in America. We ...
... helpless one would feel as it was happening.
By this time it was around 2pm so we boarded a bus and headed over to the other side of the river to check out all of the cool stores along South Congress Street. With all of the vintage stores and antique shops I actually prefer that side of the city as it has more of a raw, laid back feel to it.
Our last stop was at Gourdough's Big. Fat. Doughnuts. where we had two of the ...
... pool. I arrived 2 minutes after the gates opened and shared the oasis with a couple from Austin who had the day off. I hiked down the stone trail that had been made soft by the thousands of sandaled feet that trod this path every week. The ferns and spruces line the creek. Then the canyon opened. Emerald everywhere. Upside-down ferns hanging from the cracks in the canyon ceiling. This is what people are trying to imitate with their porch-hanging basket ferns. Sporadic ...