Extended Stay America - Austin - Northwest - Research Park
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... meeting up with Tyler, we went on Campus and sold merchandise. It was a fairly good day. we made $500 dollars.
... surrounded by huge amounts of trees, greenery and bushes, little enclaves and you could see Austin's city line in the distance. This was the life! We saw some turtles swimming in an enclave which was exciting as they are Jenny's favourite animal! After a few hours and feeling very relaxed, we headed back to the van. On the way, we saw a wild snake slithering into the bushes! We just stood there and froze for around a minute and then looked at each other with ...
... br> 11. Wear shorts... without feeling like a prostitute
12. finally order my frapachino decafe, and for only a slightly inflated price
13. Drink normal tasting water and get free water at a restaurant
14. Play assasins creed
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... in 3rd grade Mrs. Heegan showed us pictures of it in a slideshow. Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah at ONE TIME. When we got to Edwards, we put our bags down and went to the Blakslees house for dinner. The Blakslees are the family that my Uncle Tony lived with for 8 years while he was teaching out here. They have three daughters, Annie is 15, Emma is 12, and Molly is 9. We had so much fun. We went on a hike one day, but mostly we just played at their house ...