Extended Stay America - Austin - Round Rock - South
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arrived in Austin around 11:30am Wednesday morning. As we pulled into Bryan's enormous driveway we were all awestruck at how beautiful his house and neighborhood was. I am not sure if I had ever been in such a nice house (and believe me I have some wealthy friends from UVA with nice houses). But fittingly as we start unpacking our things and obtain the wifi password we check yik yak and see the top yak with the handle "The Life" read as: ...
Trendy Austin is by no means what people would expect when they say there going to Texas. It is a progressive, democrat voting, weird, hippy, green college town that prides itself on it's motto 'keep Austin weird'. However, the principal reason for our visit was to reunite with our friends we met at electric forest who were kind enough to put us up for the duration. We arrived ...
... low and behold (this is for our Old Fort Drive neighbors) it's DONNIE!!! He lives on our street just a cup-de-sac away! How fun was that? She was amazed!
Our first stop on the sightseeing tour was to the Boyhood home and then the Ranch of LBJ. We had planned to go to the Presidential Library in Austin, but the Ranch was so extensive with the tours and the memorabilia that we felt that we had seen quite a bit.
... in bed as they had an early flight to Canada tomorrow morning. So we were feeling a little lethargic and couldn't really be bothered doing anything so we just spent the day watching movies and American cable tv, which you can always find something to watch. We also did some research into things to do in Houston and New Orleans and looked into the ...
... barbecue at La Barbecue with Spencer and one of Brett's friends from college, Ben and his wife Erin. The meal was unbelievably delicious and huge, and we were also pleasantly surprised by the free beers.
The afternoon was then spent having a few beers overlooking the manmade lake pool, checking out the Rainey St bars (a street where all the houses were converted ...