Red Roof Inn Austin - Round Rock
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... amp; where the secret things were in the room. From there I walked through the campus - it is really pretty & huge!!! The stadiums are massive, I can't believe sports are so big here & almost makes me wish I went to uni in America :). In the evening, me & the 2 Scottish guys tried out 6th street & really enjoyed it! The drinks are so cheap, live music was good & they shut the whole street off to cars. This morning after a ...
Today we went to barton springs we went swimming in a local spring people have been using it for 10,000 YEARS I thought it would be really warm but it was freezing. After that we went to the botanical gardens, we saw real dinosaur foot prints after that we went to a bbq place i got pulled pork corn on the cob it was awesome ...
We loved Austin, Texas. We got up to lots of fun things during our stay here. We stayed at the firehouse hostel, which was right in the hustle and bustle of sixth street. Sixth street is crazy and it consists of bar after bar playing live music. On our first day there the town was crazy due to a university relay championship that day. The street was all blocked off to cars and there were people everywhere. We went to a bar called shangri la and met a nice American couple. We ate ...
... have broken a few for long gains if the wide receivers had been able to throw some better blocks. Unfortunately for the Cyclones, they were playing from behind nearly the entire game, and they were forced to throw more than they probably wanted to and had less success with the passing game. The outcome wasn't really in doubt once Texas pulled ahead 30-7 with 12:38 left in the 4th quarter, and they pulled out a 33-7 victory over Iowa State. Rating - ...
... Did you win a contest?” “No, I’m turning fifteen,” was her answer. A family that had been touring the capitol while I was inside squealed in delight at this photo-op and jumped to pose with her. Father and brother beamed.
The grounds were filled with kids chasing squirrels, bicycles propped against a tree while their riders rested beside, helmets on the ground; picnics spread for families; a ...