Holiday Inn Express & Suites Austin NW
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... he played "Holy Moses," a song almost as old as me. We chatted with Joe G about all things weird and batty about Austin, Joe said: "The liberals who define the culture and ethos-quite a few of them grads of the University of Texas (and brainiacs from the engineering schools at Rice) are here because they hate Houston politics."
Joe G suggested we get away from 6th street and check out the scene downtown. "All the good music is down there. No one can afford ...
... crack, I'm still not sure, asked if we needed to "take this outside" because his drunken girlfriend was slobbering all over me. On the plus side, I had an amazing hot dog with mac and cheese on it after I necked my drink and ran for the hills.
So Austin was indeed weird. It was a shame a few ********s put a downer on my experience of the place, it really offered so much promise after my first few days of wanting to move there. I also saw a ...
... with lines in front of them, campground sold out. We parked the motor home at a mall on the outskirts of the city, took our bikes and hopped on a city bus that took us downtown. There was a University of Texas football game so we rode around the campus-the stadium holds 119,000! The outfit of choice for the female students was cowboy boots and short shorts/skirts....for ...