Residence Inn Austin North/Parmer Lane
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
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... back home, in dense traffic (apparently Austin is known for it, but ACL didn't help). The vibes in the traffic were made slightly better by the scenery: Austin's Greenbelt really makes highway driving feel much less suffocating. I commend the city planners. Evidently something over 50% of Austin's population is employed by parks and rec in some form (according to our friend Troy, an Austin Parks and Rec employee).
... we tried to find somewhere to eat we were overwhelmed by the options. Only having a short amount of time in Austin we did not want to make the wrong choice. As it turns out, we were not disappointed with a single one.
The next morning we prepared to spend the day hiking McKinney. Unfortunately Texas seemed to have over advertised the amount of trails there were, it only took us a few hours to hike the entire park. The park itself was pretty, ...
... Verga to use while we are here in Austin and headed to Edge Creek condominiums where we have a two bedroom apartment for the week. We are near shopping centres, IBM headquarters and the light rail line that travels into downtown Austin. After catching up with David Bordin who is staying with us, we drove to the supermarket nearby to shop for grocery supplies.
... like work, but more humid!) So before settling into the pool, we set up our RV and then made way up the street to catch the bus into town.
About two hours later, and some serious heat stroke we arrived into town off the bus! We were only 5-6 mile from town! Jen and I concluded the local bus system consisted solely of every versions of the Transperth Circle Route( basically taking every other route except the direct one!) I was feeling a little delirious getting off ...
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 ...