Residence Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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The bad weather kept following me everywhere. After briefly stopping off at San Antonio for two hours or so - blitzing the Alamo and some Mexican food in the process - I arrived in Austin to heavy drizzle (no that is a thing, yes it is also a thing outside Britain). Luckily my first night in Austin was incredible, and I didn't even leave the hostel. It may make no sense, but I'd heard a lot about Austin, their unofficial motto is the most delightful ...
... and the rest of us 5 went down to Rain or Rainy street, it a street just out of town where all the residential houses have been turned into bars. It looks just like a normal suburban street with family homes but inside are set up with bars. Apparently the story goes the neighborhood was really dodgy so the government brought all the houses and turned it into a bar strip to get rid of the dodgy characters giving the place a bad name. First ...
... and Wisconsin and we spent a lot of time at the capital in D.C. so it was cool to soak in the history of how this one came about and how Texas was its own recognized nation. Also, it was cool to piece together the collective histories of Louisiana and Texas. We also learned very quickly that people from Texas love Texas.
Next, we headed to the University of Texas campus. We had a great time touring around the ...
We went to sleep at 3 o'clock this morning and didn't get much sleep the days before ether, so all we wanted is sleep, luckily we got a late check out time so could sleep for a couple hours. In the price of our room was a breakfast included, so I woke up at 8 to get us all some breakfast and went back to bed. We all woke up at 10:30 heated up the breakfast in our microwave and took showers. At 12 we left the room to go to the Austin Spring Pool, a 120 feet long pool filled ...
... eyes and saying “Is it true?” he enthused.
Ex-Pemanca Ngimat Ayu added: “This is a very important thing
because the indigenous communities don’t hear themselves in the
mainstream media and now we feel connected. This will help to
conserve and preserve our language and our identity.”
Given the positive experience of Radio Bario’s launch, eBario
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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