Fairfield Inn and Suites Austin - University Area
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Felt like I'd been put in the Dog-Pound last night after that drink. Went down stairs to get our laundry out the dryer, walking in I noticed that dryer's door was wide open and our clothes were no-where to be seen. Thinking that someone might of handed them into reception as someone else wanted to use the dryer. The manager said that they've gone. That the motel doesn't take responsibility for the laundry. He said the most likely thing was that a homeless person came in during ...
... for France, I took a lot of this time to catch up on the sleep and serenity that I lacked over the past few years of being a full-time student plus everything else. Hopefully, I am recharged and ready to go for some time because I have a feeling this train isn't slowing down again any time soon! The travel time fo this trip isn't too bad. If you include the time it took me to get to Austin ...
... the worst. It should have been in pieces. This may have well been a Trek commercial because the bike rolled true even after this unfortunate asphalt thrashing. After all the excitement, we fixed the bike rack, made sure the pin was locked and continued "home" for some sleep.
I awoke and wrote all morning. Headed down to Bennu for a nice breakfast of organic chemistry and tea. Early afternoon drive to Travis County for Hamilton Pool. The wait was ...
... life. A model of his Oval Office as well as a recreation of Lady Bird's office are very interesting. Letters and recordings of Johnson's phone calls bring his personality to life.
We had a great lunch at Eastside Cafe and then headed to the Capitol. We stepped right into one of the scheduled tours of the building amidst Cinco de Mayo celebrations. ...
Today, due to Lynn's "conference call," we got a later start from Balmorhea. It stayed cold for our entire time there, so we're hoping for more temperate weather. One thing that you'll notice on I-10 in Texas...there aren't many curves in the road. When I do see one ahead on the GPS/Phone, I'll admit that I get a little excited.
We had a tailwind, or as I like to call it, a "North Dakota Supercharger." It's quiet and does improve our ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services