Summit Inn Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... the Texas memorial stadium. This is used for college (uni) football, and seats over 100,000 people! Absolutely insane how big college sport is out here! How I would've loved to play in a stadium like that when I was in education! Hopefully at the weekend I will be able to come back and watch a game here. Other than this I wandered seeing what was around and that was it for the day! ...
... inside and took a tour of the capital building. The tour inside was really informative and made us want to learn more about history near the Mexican border. We have a few pictures of the building, but these pictures do not capture how grand this place was. The building was built in the 1830's for the purpose of being a "national" capital for the Republic of Texas. Hillary has worked in the capital buildings in ...
... I am looking forward to re-emersion.
Hopefully, I can remember to keep this blog up for everyone I'm leaving back at home and I will post pictures often so everyone can keep up. Marcus doesn't know it yet but I'm planning to get him a webcam so we can Skype and I can still see him without blowing up both of our phone bills. I think that's a good compromise, right? I go to Spain, he gets a new webcam. Even Steven. I miss everyone already. I hope this helps! ...
roadside places in the South) so when Sonia mentioned a place called Veggie
Heaven in the nearby university area, we were sold right from the word ‘veggie’.
Although the interior wasn't heaven-like, the food was and I hope my carnivore
brothers will be proud that I ate prawn for the first time in 15 years......mock
prawn that is! After filling our stomachs we went to Shobu Masi’s house where
she and Masa were waiting for us. It was so nice ...
... br> We spent the next hour or so walking the donuts off in the Texas heat (finally some sunshine). We strolled along the shore of Ladybird Lake over to yet another bohemian-ish district near South Lamar Boulevard to hunt down a store that was the only place in Texas that stocked a magazine that Kelsey wants to collect called Kinfolk. We found it, she bought it, and we were back on our way. Back across Ladybird Lake and in Austin proper, we stopped off at the first ever ...