Quality Inn North Austin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... yet been proven.
A 2013 article in the Stars and Stripes asserted that a Japanese government study[which?] released in February of that year had found that more than 25 times as many people in the area had developed thyroid cancer compared with data from before the disaster.[unreliable source?]
As part of the ongoing precautionary ultrasound screening program in and around Fukushima, (36%) of children in Fukushima Prefecture in 2012 were ...
... and torment you for life. In a good way - but the one girl you dated long ago and always thought about - but more of a big plate of brisket that smells out of this world.
So google or Yelp Franklin BBQ. You need to get there early as they run out of BBQ fast. We got there around 815 and late by all Franklin Standards. And we were ...
... it felt great to be in the city where my family had lived and my dad was born. The rest of my time was spent exploring downtown San Antonio. I took a trolley tour around the city, saw the Alamo, and took a boat tour throughout the RiverWalk. San Antonio was a lot of fun. I had planned on staying another day, but I had seen what I wanted to see and decided that since I had an extra day to kill, why not head to Houston and check out a new spot for a day. I bid farewell to ...
... bus home I just could not make myself go out, too tired and too much sun had got to me. Slept for seven hours straight, must have needed it!
18 Nov - SunUp early and feeling fully refreshed and ready to go. Got to the track super early so had time to kill and read quite a lot of my book in some shade that I claimed. Would you believe that there is no icecream at the track? I mean - whats going on!!! ...
... middle aged woman in the stilettos and lime green halter top standing in line in front of us. His partner had a gold tooth and a big gun.
My heart raced as I pulled my hat down on my forehead and reached for my wallet.
"Four dollars, please" the smaller of the two snarled as the Texas sun reflected around the ...