HYATT House Austin / Arboretum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... loose dirt tumbled forward from under us. This wouldn’t have been a huge problem if it weren’t for the thousands of cacti every few steps that we kept slipping into. Eventually we did make it to the bottom and just in time to get a group sunset selfie with the beautiful mountain landscape in the background. We then drove to our sleeping arrangement 20 minutes away in Rio Rancho, staying at my Mom’s work friend, Donna’s, daughter, Shannon. It ...
So we all had rather a broken sleep in my dorm room last night. This boy who is never met- and in steaming drunk and had a wee in the bloody doorway of the room. He continued making strange noises the whole night and getting up and down, I can't go into detail as I think he wS doing something far more vile. He made me have really weird dreams and I woke up thinking he was nibbling my ear. Eurgh vile!!!! On a positive ...
... excitedly anticipating our evening activity - a free flight tunnel experience at iFly. We spotted the sign on our arrival and all of us expressed the desire to give it a go. And wow was it worth it!! We were given a half hour instructions on hand signals and keeping your chin up and how to place your hands before being suited up with overalls, goggles and helmets. Our instructor Tex was very experienced and helpful. I was a little nervous but once I leaned into the ...
... too much fun to be legal. We arrived at Banger's on Rainey St. for the end of a stand-up show and some poutine (We now know what poutine is exactly). After the rest of our group showed, we decided to head to G'Raj Mahal. If you visit Austin, you must go. We rode the bicycle-powered mythical dragon-serpent on our way out to Bar 96 to watch Shark Week on their projector screen. After some games, etc. there we biked back to the 4runner and began our journey to N. Austin to ...
... br> Tonight was the last of the open houses and it was mobbed. I have no idea how many people saw Santa, but it felt like it was in the hundreds. For a solid 90 minutes, people came filing in. And a I had some epiphanies sitting there in my chair as children, parents, grandparents and adults of all ages filed through. There must have been well over 1,000 pictures taken tonight. At least two newborns were placed in my arms who were experiencing their ...