Extended Stay America - Austin - Arboretum
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- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I'd visit, and the constant discovery will remain with me. I met some fantastic people along the way and shared some amazing experiences with great friends.
But coming home to a new journey with a new company in a new city has made the experiences abroad feel less like a self-defining, all encompassing event and more like a set of interesting stories and stepping stones toward where I am today, ...
... with 3 days in Rome. The rest of the 2 weeks are planned as well as we always do. For those new to the "vanderkansie" travel planning, it is almost non-existent. Except for the hotel in Rome we only other plans are the flight back out of Milan. Aletta is sitting here next to me, working, and I am writing without permission, I am sure she will change things when she is done working.
... on throughout the evening and varied each night. The days at sea were very exciting and relaxing. The three ports that we stopped at were Mahogany Bay, Isla of Roatan, Honduras, Belize, and Cozumel, Mexico. Our first stop in Honduras I had signed up for an excursion where I met a mom, Michelle, with her two boys and their friend that were on the cruise with me. Our excursion included riding on a bus through the city to an area where we went snorkeling in the clear blue ...
... book shops, costume supplies, clothing and food trucks. Whilst there we managed to pick up another intrepid traveller, this one all the way from Australia, Iain, and we swept him along on our adventure. We coaxed him along with promises of indoor s'mores and fabulous smoothies and I'm proud to say we delivered on both counts! I'd always heard of s'mores from movies or TV shows but been somewhat baffled by their exact ingredients but a coffee shop in Austin has cottoned ...
... really my cup of tea, but it was lively & infectious & a big hit with the Latino crowd which is massive around here. For dinner we wanted Texas BBQ and we found a " Rudy's Country Store & Bar-B-Q " which was quite an experience. It was obviously very popular with the locals & was packed so we had to line up for a bit, but was well worth it. Once at the counter we were given special treatment as Rudy's virgins and were allowed to ...