Hampton Inn Austin - Arboretum Northwest
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... with all its bars and live music. We went for a meal together and saw Alligator on the menu, after our experience with Minke Whale in Iceland we were hesitant to order it but Heather assured us that they were plentiful and weren't even farmed, and if they weren't eaten they would be culled anyway, so we were keen and it was delicious, and yes, it tasted just like you would have guessed...juicy tender chicken. Our ...
With our updated passports and new visas in hand, we're on the final countdown. T-minus ~48 hours.
I'm feeling thankful that British Airways has added a direct flight from Austin to Heathrow...that will save us a few hours of a long trip. We leave out of Austin at 4:10pm on 6/11 and arrive London the next morning at 9:25am. After a 3 hour layover we're off to Entebbee, departing Heathrow at 12:30pm 6/12 ...
... down to Ailien's office to meet up and go for lunch.
Lunch today at the Buenos Aires cafe - pretty good food here, set in an interesting part of town where there is a stack of street side ATM machines and street side food vendors working out of caravans.
After lunch today we are out to do some more shopping - Sam was searching for a new case for his computer (I had disassembled his old computer and ...
... who we were staying with while there. On our first afternoon, Spencer drove us around the city to see all the beautiful hills and lakes, the University of Texas, the 6th street bars and Congress Ave food trucks. Later that night we headed to Top Golf, an enormous bar with a driving range that contained golfing games. So much fun!
The following morning we had our ...
... came which, when you're younger, really bother you. But once you pass 40, you simply don't care any more. "Stand up," he commanded, "and drop your drawers." I complied and he felt my junk, told me to cough and finished by saying, "Good!"
I'm not gonna lie to you. Man, woman, doctor, whoever... when someone meticulously inspects your package and declares "Good!" it boosts your ego.
He then put on a latex exam glove and applied some lubricant ...