Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... seemed like similar concepts prior to the trip now feels quite different. Having things in excess feels wasteful and greedy. Having a pleasing and functional environment is relaxing, cozy, and creates a positive family atmosphere. And it justifies my exuberance for renovating our house upon our return!
- The rest of the world seems to be far more relaxed and patient than Americans are. While traveling, we learned to go with the flow and not ...
... a bit **** at mini golf but we both got better as the game went on. We didn't score but brad definitely would have won. After Golf we had lunch at Maccas and then walked on to Barton Springs pool. It was beautiful Pitty the weather wasn't warm enough to swim. We decided from here we would walk to a shopping mall we didn't think was to far away, turns out we had to ...
... here for 2 months!! It's crazy how time flies. Looking back, I've met some amazing people and I cherish the friendships I have made. Looks like we'll get to carry on the charades a little bit longer :):)
With the conclusion of my first contract, my time at my cockroach infested 2bed/2bath abode is coming to an end. It really isn't that bad...they must have sprayed, because I haven't seen a cockroach in weeks. The gal I was ...
... and making the most out of it...seeing as much of what is out there, meeting people that speak and think differently than I do, witnessing experiencing events that some people don't even know exist, is what this thing called "life" is all about. So for me, it seemed fitting to consider this visit home as the beginning of my, just shy of, five month trek around the globe. The time I spend with my family is priceless...the bonding with my ...
We spent 15 hours getting over to San Antonio where we then waited 7 hours in the train station overnight and finally caught the train to Austin. When we arrived it was pretty hot which was nice and we found a whole foods to sit outside and kill a few hours before getting to the accommodation. Whole foods is a very strange place, it's a mix between a supermarket, restaurant and takeout place. It has everything you could think of ...