HYATT House Austin / Arboretum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Rather uneventful day today. Relaxed in our hotel all morning, booking activities for later in our holiday (including our 4th NFL game!! - surprisingly found tickets for Patriots v Bills on 28th Dec in Boston) until we had to check out at midday. Then a slow walk across Downtown Dallas with our luggage to the bus stop for our 3 hour bus ride to Austin. Once here, we got a taxi to our accommodation and bought some dinner before settling in for a quiet ...
... stop Phoenix with temperatures approaching 110 degrees. It was so early that breakfast was the only thing on the menu so Steve and I shared our first breakfast. It was so yummy that we ordered another of the same and inhaled it! Why did we ever share one order in the first place other than it makes you feel like one is on a diet?! As you might gather, this is labeled a “photography” trip but food often ...
It’s easy to deploy, easy to park, easy to set up and take down, easy to drive, easy to store..
It's comfortable, functional, versatile, and fun.
i'll ditto the "easy" the fact that i can still indulge in my bath (yes, i can seriously fit in the tub) has me pretty much sold :)
... gig at the w/e of a British band, good times :) Rainey street is odd but cool, they all look like houses then some are actually bars & restaurants it's awesome! Bangers had 2 pint steins too, which would have made the boys happy! They played fishing in the dark too, so I got caught singing in the toilet oops hehe! As I was waiting for the bus back to the hostel, a guy walked past wearing a pair of google glasses - how ur real - from the front ...
... t weak spot and first to fall. Fast forward to senior year, and I can't really remember the last time I was sick. I finally got a better handle on my schedule. Still sleep deprived and stressed, but not nearly as much. Instead of staying up until 1 to finish homework, I would just call it quits and crash earlier. The extra sleep helped my body out, and it seemed as if my days of constant illness were behind me. On Sunday morning in El Salvador, I woke up with an ...