Crossland Economy Studios - Austin - West
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walking around the area of our hotel and several blocks south. Our hotel location was directly next to the capital. It was a generally quiet neighborhood and we were happy we picked this location.
We explored the 6th Avenue area which has a touristy feel to it. The locals call ...
... kayaks. The lake is huge and divides Austin into North and south. We kayaked past rope swingers (some were doing summersaults!), people paddle boating and canoeists. People seemed to take their dogs out with them and they were standing on the paddle boats / canoes which we thought was really sweet and we wanted a dog with us more than ever (Megan, they were really, so sweet; the sweetest - you would have loved a bull dog called Maddie. Oh my god so amazing!). The ...
... we had to resort to left overs from last night. The food was ok but the setting less so. A disused open land which might have housed houses in the past. No park eg. Anyway no sun so pretty chilly so we ate our left overs quickly and headed back to the freeway to New Orleans. The traffic was fast and we were parked close to our hotel by 5.30 which was a lot earlier than i had anticipated. We are staying at a Hilton hotel (prices reduced due to holidays and no ...
... and smiling thinking of the next return. Singing Jimi's "Bold as Love" all the way to Hospira.
Hospira and Hopdoddy
Don't where bathing suits on corporate property. As the acclaimed home of the local-food movement, one of Austin's best burger joints, Hopdoddy, provides all local grassfed meat and produce. I had the Ahi Tuna and Luke the PrimeTime, which boasts Texas grassland-raised Akaushi beef. You know the "close-your-eyes-and-smile" reaction? ...
... lit Big Room and then decided to hike back up the eighty stories or so of the Natural Entrance. Daylight never looked so sweet as at the end of that climb. The road part of the day was mostly long and boring. US 285 to I-10 past ranch land and oilfields on 70 and 80mph roads. The last leg on US 280 at least had some hills and towns. Austin definitely lives up ...