Quality Inn North Austin
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- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
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... all sorts of different cultures. However they do have their own culture as well. The food tends to have a lot to do with bread (pasta, pizza, baguette, rolls, biscuits, cakes, etc.) and doesn’t tend to rely on spices to make their food great. The buildings tend to be a cube of rectangular prism with a triangular roof. Plain and simple, the western way.
Now on to reasons I'm glad to be home. The first is that I was really happy to see all ...
... area, I finally asked for the breakfast location. He said it is the restaurant that they share jointly with the attached Courtyard. I told him, this is why I don't stay at Residence Inns any more.......Yeah, I had oatmeal and coffee at Starbucks.
The LBJ Library is located on the University of Texas campus. I rode along and locked up at a bike rack along an adjoining campus building. Entry was $8, but my Hoover membership card ...
... 0, 0); font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif&qu ot;; font-size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">I was told that it rains every day in Portland and the surrounding areas. It only rained on us for 30 minutes when we landed in Portland and drove to the hotel. After that the only moisture was from the Falls in the gorge and fog on the coast. Yea!
... and mandate. The other must visit place will be visited in November 2012.
I wished the Austin tour book was more picturesque; I would have found out about "the bats at the Ann W. Ric*********gress Avenue Bridge". It is the largest urban colony of bats in N. America! I'd certainly brave the 100+ degrees evening temperature to see 750,000 to 1.5 million bats flying out to feed. Each evening they consume an estimated ...
... intensified as a few here and there would fly out in search of insects to bring back to their nests.
Unfortunately for us it was fourth of July and that meant lots of crowds. Once we were satisfied seeing the bats we did see (and Missy got hit by a flying on) and the sun had disappeared it was time to leave. This would begin yet another long drive through the night to get us that much fuehrer to our destination. This is when the ...