Country Inn & Suites San Marcos
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Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... from Maryland who have moved there, so we envision another trip to the UK in the future.
By staying in B&Bs and our 1 Couchsurfing stay we met real everyday
residents, and not just the hotel bellboy. We thoroughly enjoyed our
late night conversations with our hosts and learned a lot about the
countries and people we wouldn't have learned from a guide book.
are really friendly, even in the big city. In that ...
... March 9-24, http://www.rodeoaustin.com. Little piglets like Kevin Bacon and Justin Bieboar race around Porkchop Downs International Speedway aiming for the oreo prize. Cutester!
I opted for cozy today, watching everybody else’s excitement from the dry side of the windowpane, letting the pizza boy deliver right to the door. A person can choose to be geek-cheeky at home, too, every now and then.
... a drink as my water had long gone, but the watermelon drink I purchased was too sweet, leading me to throw it away, which, for a girl whose main problem is not stopping eating and whose brother and sister-in-law bought her a book on how to be thrifty, is a big shock. It may have put me in a sugar-induced coma as I was lulled into semi-sleep whilst waiting at the bus stop alongside the shop; fortunately the pins and needles in my feet woke ...
... would be willing to sell us an extra generator, to use until such time as we could get it repaired. They also suggested that we get to the park, where there would likely be business cards from local repair shops- needing repairs on the road (as we were to find out more often that we'd like on this trip) was common.
So we got to the Oak Park RV Park south of Austin, and were relieved that there was ...
... in rented canoes and rowboats,. There are flowery gardens free to the public, and a fence-less, leash-free, grassy doggie park wider and longer than three football fields strung together. Dogs are also allowed into many of the inviting patio restaurants throughout the town. Austin has a vibrancy to it, an intellectual, artistic and physical aliveness. It's people, and this is a young crowd swelled by a 50,000 kid student body from the University ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center