Homewood Suites by Hilton Austin-Arboretum / NW
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Alamo, and the Capitol is taller than the one in DC. For the sports aficiandos amongst you, we also visited Mellow Johnny's Bike Store - complete with seven (now discredited) TDF maillot jaunes on the wall from local boy Lance Armstrong.
We rounded out Austin with a short drive to the village of Wimberley, and its thriving arts community (and contemporary display of oversize cowboy boots, and this evening watched the ...
... peas, potato salad, and baked okra on the side. She even hoped we had a blessed day. It was delicious! Washed it down with some sweet tea and we were back out on the highway heading towards the Texas border.
Our destination was Austin, but we weren't in a hurry so we hooked up the RV for one night in Beaumont. Didn't see much except the inside of the park, but that was all right. We slept in the same town where George Jones, Blind Willie Johnson and ...
... working on three major projects, one of which his market analysis team had said would easily generate $50 million in revenue per year. He just had not found the right person to pitch it for him (he wanted to stay in the background so the paparazzi did not bother him once he was rich). From there the conversation turned to aliens, conspirecy theories and angels. He had all sorts of theories, had been abducted by aliens (or some sort of higher beings) ...
... maps got a street direction wrong and we couldn't get into the street off the interstate because it was one way, when I saw the hotel I pointed it out and the driver immediately turned almost into a car next to us. We got there safe in the end but had to walk a little way. We checked in, our new room was ok, it had a strong smell of cleaning products or something to start with but the room was a good size and the ...
... bridges over swampland. We drove for miles above what seemed like only a few feet of water. In Houston, we were happy to make a little dinner and watch t.v..
Early the next morning we made the 3 hour drive to Austin and began what was truly a great day. The first thing we did was head to the capital for what was supposed to be a free walking tour of the city; however, the tour guide never showed. Instead ...