Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin South
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Austin
... last night and picked up all our tatty clean boxers and ran off with them. Thought sinking in that they've gone feeling upset that I'm gonna have to wear my boxers for another day making it the fourth day in a row. To cheer ourselves up we headed to IHOP: international home of pancakes, for some pancakes. Driving out of Amarillo we stopped at the Cadillac Ranch, a graveyard of half buried Cadillacs. Stopped off at Palo Duro Canyon next the second largest canyon in America. We ...
... Braunfels, I will probably only be traveling about 15-16 hours and that's including getting to their house from Paris. My fingers are crossed that I will be able to sleep on the plane and avoid the dreaded jetlag that I am sure will be my fate either way. Mostly, I just hope this tickle in my throat goes away so that my poor neighbor doesn't think I have SARS. Since it will be very early in the ...
... I decided to check out Reimer's Ranch to let the crowd die down (only to find out later that the crowds only crescendo towards the evening). After gathering my climbing gear, I had the pleasure of chasing a roadrunner on my down towards the canyon. The sandstone in this canyon is frosting. It has been slow-churned by the wind and melts down from the overhanging walls. I scampered about among the enormous spruces and ferns and happened upon a small pool at the mouth of ...
... and adults dressed in colorful garb were inside and out of the Capitol which at least today seemed to be a well used building. Lots of dancing and music. Inside school bands were performing in the rotunda with proud parents all around taking photos . We followed our tour guide to the doors of the House of Representatives Chamber and we went in for about 10 minutes ...
... a bit. But after our lunch break, it came from the left, or north. This adds quite a bit of a challenge to driving Shorty. Only one gust really got our attention. The rest of it was just the tedium of correcting the steering to compensate for the minor and consistent gusts. All an all it's a bit tiring, even for an advanced middle-ager like myself.
Our goal was the South Llano River Texas State Park. As we learned later, the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
More great choices in Austin
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Austin
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations