Residence Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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The drive from San Antonio to Austin was not far. Maybe 2 hours with traffic. We stopped in a town 20 minutes from Austin called Kyle! I thought that was pretty cool to take my picture there. I probably had a total of 4 hours in Austin. Our first stop was the capital. We spent about 2 hours here. It is supposedly the biggest state capital in America. A lot of famous presidents have come out of Texas including the Bush presidents. There were ...
... the Brazilians said it all. Not just for Brazil, but for us as well, it was laundry day.
The library was very interesting. The favorite part for the boys was a jukebox in a temporary exhibition in the museum of the library, where, without charge, you ...
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The spark of weirdness, Armadillo World Headquarters is gone, closed in 1980 after being the music venue that helped bring the crossover of rock and country music. AWH gave us the Austin Sound, progressive country music. Artists like Michael Martin Murphy, Gary P . Nunn, Jerry Jeff Walker and The Lost Gonzo Band, Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airman, Ray Wylie Hubbard & The ...
... to treat their guests. They were extremely hospitable. There was absolutely no negativity pointed our way before, during, or after the game. Even towards Jim. Well, you could count the guy that hollered "Go back to Iowa, you hippies1" into our tailgate before the game, but that was actually kind of funny, especially considering some of us actually live in Oregon, where you are much more likely to find a band of hippies than in Iowa. After the game, ...