La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Airport
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... s like
being in Texas, where people talk to you on the train or bus or in
line. When we said we were from Texas, their eyes would light up -
definitely more romantic than saying you were from New Jersey.
Driving a car from Scotland to south England was a little too much. Actually driving in UK was stressful - not good for our relationship. You absolutely need it for the Highlands of Scotland, but we could have used ...
This trip to Austin made me come to realize a few things in life:
1. The heat and humidity just drive me nuts - unless shady trees are nearby
2. I don't handle traffic well - or crowds for that matter
3. Barton Springs has got to be one of the best swimming holes on earth...especially considering it is in downtown Austin
3. We've got some really special friends in ...
... leaving for it). I also met the Josh, the founder of the "212", an international movement (don't ask) and the crew chief of the legendary SXSW Banner (or should I say Banter, waaaay) Crew, a load of guys over from Brighton in charge of putting up and taking down banners, a duty that seemed to take a back seat to their primary role of getting smashed 24/7. The first thing we did was get Tacos. Excellent. The second thing we did was go to 'Party Barn'. ...
Then I'd say, "Now tell me what you would like for Christmas." And during the recitation of the list I'd nod and say "Mm hm," or "okay," or some other thing to acknowledge them. When they appeared done, I'd ask, "Is there anything else you'd like?" Sometimes there were some more list items, sometimes not. "Well, that's an excellent list!" and I'd chuckle a few ho, ho, hos. Some couldn't think of anything to ask for, so I'd say, "If you think ...
... the interstate dodging all the ******* 18 wheelers which never failed to make you shudder when it steamed past you at 70mph! Eventually after about 30 minutes we crawled off the interstate and onto 66, the ride was ok and we got through the early morning pretty easy, around 12 noon we started to hit some harder gradients and the wind had picked up, i can only think it was the hills we were cycling though collecting it or something but it made for a good hours tough riding ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center