Country Inn & Suites By Carlson San Marcos, Texas
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
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We arrived in Austin Weds night about 9:00. Ailish had just gone to bed so I could only peek in on her. She looked so peaceful and is getting so big! Couldn't wait till today to get to hold her. We spent most of the day relaxing and playing with Ailish. She is a great baby with tons of smiles to melt your ...
... Ray Vaughn Statue. I drove down to the river, just South of the city and found the place where perhaps one of the greatest Blues guitarists is memorialized. Afterwards, I walked down 6th street and saw several of the really cool places to shop, eat and drink. I was really impressed with a place called "Wild About Music" It was a really cool shop with all kinds of music stuff and music art. I ...
... were rocks and plants and reeds in the water. There was a diving board and we were also very lucky as the pool had only opened the previous day as it had been closed for winter. It was very cold, but very refreshing. We then strolled down to south congress where we had some lunch and had a look in a few shops but everything was closed as it was Easter Sunday. We came home and got organised to go out on rainy street. The street just looked like normal houses but they were ...
... Once inside, we waited some more for the actual Greyhound counter to open, checked our bags at the front of the line, and only just managed to buy a couple of breakfast subs from the Subway in the terminal before our bus started boarding. We grabbed a couple of seats together and settled in for the next ten hours.
Nothing spectacular happened on the journey. We slept, we listened to more music, we read, we played Bejeweled. We stopped ...
... at four or five and change every couple of hours until the wee hours (or so we are told since we don’t stay up that late).
One night, in an Italian family restaurant called Romeo's we sat at the bar after dinner and watched a folk band followed by a Feist-inspired singer from Wisconsin, all played at a reasonable volume so the patrons could munch down their pasta and chat. We were also impressed by the wines ...