Extended Stay America - Austin - Downtown - Town Lake
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13th November 2013
Start: Super 8 Motel, 3110 Hwy 71 East, Bastrop, Texas
Finish: Extended Stay America, 507 South 1st Street, Austin, Texas
This morning we did the half hour drive to our nice homestead here in central Austin. $90 a night icluding parking. No more to say.
Tuesday, I started my second European vacation of the summer. Hard to believe, and it all came together on a whim!
I booked my flight to Brussels with my American miles. I went ahead and upgraded to first class since I didn't have that many miles left (enough to upgrade, not enough for another trip). Of course, the flight schedule was a little out of the way, as they sometimes can be with award travel. My friend Emily, who will be joining me later on the trip, was ...
... the Princess Craft lobby waiting for the furnace repairs, Domino waited patiently in his carrier.. that is until Nikki decided to let him loose to stretch his little cat legs…this proved to be an "I told you so" moment. The service guy came over with a progress report followed by his medium size mutt "Sugar" who by dog standards is very tame and ...
... settle in the glass here, great food & atmosphere. Then I headed back to the hostel whe I sat in the afternoonsun with the guys drinking a few beers by the lake. The next day the 2 Scottish lads checked out & so I went with the 2 English guys to Barton springs for the day. It's a natural spring that they have turned into a swimming pool - I won't lie it is cold but so refreshing especially in the Xan heat!! In the early evening I ...
... and 2,000 musicians in residence. And then there is the ACL Annual Music Festival in Zilker Park, three days, eight stages, and 130 bands; the Pachanga Festival, latin-themed, 20 bands of various genres; the Urban Music Festival; and of course, SXSW (those in the know just say South By) which I’ve been talking about all week, the granddaddy of all festivals.