Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - 6th St.
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After breakfast, we went for our final horse ride. The weather was much cooler - around 3 degrees - very windy and a little damp. It was just us and Jay today, so he took us on a longer, trickier ride. I was on Freckles again and Justin was back on Willie. This ride was the best! We went on very steep and rocky trails up and down the mountains, and …
... as anticipated. A docent gave me an explanation of the layout. The museum takes up 3 of the 10 floors in the building. The rest of the building contains all of LBJ's correspondence, documents, audio, video, etc. The docent said that LBJ insisted that everything be contained in one building.
The displays and time lines were fairly well done. They did a good job documenting him from his birth in 1908; his very modest ...
... Bend National Park. Austin is a country bubble filled with a huge mix of diverse, liberal, friendly people living with amazing nightlife, a beautiful lake filled with wildlife and excursions, great culture and good weather. It really is a travellers dream with so much fun compacted into a small, walking city. I think we will remember Austin not only for what the city gave us but the tattoo that commemorates the roadtrip that is definitely already the highlight of my trip so ...
... great. Coach, White House Black Market, Toys 'r Us, Puma, Lucky and Children's Place were just a few of the stores we meandered through. And the deals were awesome as well. They were all running 4th of July sales and I was happier than a pig in sh**!! After shopping for most of the day, we headed back to home base for some grillin' and ...
... to bed at seven o’clock last night, and her alarm managed to wake me an hour before mine was due. I decided it wasn’t worth snoozing for that short time so I rummaged in the dark and checked the plug sockets for any leftover iPods or chargers, opened the drawers to check I hadn’t left any toiletries or books for the next guest, and finally stripped the bed in preparation for my early-morning check-out. Of course I had to run the noisiest ...