Embassy Suites Hotel Austin - Arboretum
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... the lookout for Natty Flats. We found it after driving about five miles on 281. Natty Flats is a collection of old looking buildings and one very large cedar rocking chair (see picture). Two of the buildings are restaurants, one is a rustic furniture store and one is a mill where they cut the wood for the furniture. We were not the only ones there, there were four RVs and occupants from OR. The rocking chair ...
After being woken up by some John Vanderslice, we got all our things together and took our final airport shuttle to O' Hare. We said goodbye to our friendly driver, Victor and went to check-in. Everything went pretty smoothly and we got some cream cheese bagels for breakfast before waiting by our gate. The flight was nice and just over 2 hours so I read some Sherlock Holmes and Amanda edited ...
... guidance of places we should go.
After disembarking, we hit one of the local music venues that had more of a quiet vibe to it (it was decided early on that we had to stay far away from the clubs that seemed to cater more to the University of Texas crowds). Then a rain deluge hit and we had to take a taxi across town to find food. We landed at the ...
... There wasn't much action then, but shortly after feeding time in the AM and afternoon, it apparently gets pretty lively. We will see.
The campground has about forty sites, which are paved and offer water and electricity. I took on about fifty gallons of the liquid gold and then did up the hose and stowed it. It's still freezing at night, so this is what works best for us. We'll let the pump do the job for us. It's just above ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
Hotel offered excellent services and great beer! Easy access to downtown Austin via I~35 South.
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