Hyatt Place Austin/Arboretum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... back to camp at around 9.30ish, and at this point there wasn't any details about the next day, Gordon wasn't going to be able to be fixed at the road side, so we headed to bed. At 5 this morning Brad woke us up to get us up and ready. They had t been able to get a replacement bus, and so we are going by greyhound coach to New Orleans. We packed up quickly and headed to the greyhound station, which unfortunately was in the middle of nowhere, so no chance to grab breakfast or ...
... wished we had a couple more. Our hostel bar, which you entered and exited through a sliding bookshelf, was blasting out some live music until 1am which we opted to hear through our ear plugs two floors up as our alarm was set for 3am to catch our plane to Cuba, via Dallas, Cancun, and finally to Havana. Perhaps our belly's were also a little full from our much desired brisket and other tasty southern delights we ate that ...
Austin was less than 4 hours drive from Dallas. We arrived and went straight to Ladybug lake and read my book whilst Allana played guitar along side it. We got into contact with Jess Leckie and she was staying with her old Aussie housemate Ryan and his girlfriend Amanda. They were really cool people! She invited us to a free Shakespeare in the park event near their house. We met Jess's friends Hayley and Hannah also. Allana and I slept in our van on the street next to Ryan and ...
Up early and first to breakfast. Not many people staying at this motel judging by the number of parked cars. Obviously a bit of a low lull at Christmas. Anyway, john and i started our breakfast, Andreas came soon after and Patrick joined in the eating a bit later. Not bad with scrambled eggs and the obligatory Texas shaped waffles. Good. Left the motel a bit after 8 and started the 830 km drive to New Orleans. Amazing how quickly the hours rolled by. We had our first ...
... town was actually very convenient for us. The car needed a service, we had driven about 17,000 klms so had oil change, a good wash and then found out we needed 2 new tyres on the back. Got everything done in a few hours and ready for the road again. Following day we went to Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. As with everything in the USA the caverns were enormous, was like walking through the middle of ...