No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel le Clement V Belves
Travel Blogs from San Marcos
... worried about losing anyone. It was 5 adults to 4 children and Ailish never left her mommy's sling. She was very interested In the activity though. They have Bumbo seats in the toddler room for children Ailish's size. Very cute! I will attach some pictures of the fun activities the children (and adults) did. A bonus of going to the Thinkery was its close proximity to the In And Out Hamburger place. It's a ...
... and it turns out he used to play with Stevie Ray Vaughn. He was crazy good so we stayed for about three hours. He would step off the stage and play while walking through crowd and he played right in front of us for about 45 minutes. Hillary was even quoted, "Man, that guy was cool." I agreed and went to further to say, "That was pretty crazy." This band made our trip to Austin. The downtown scene at night was also one ...
... was all while Masa and Raaj were at home watching the new
Skyfall movie which I am sure they much preferred to baby stuff!
Sunday was a really nice day out in nearby San Antonio, the most visited city in Texas with a
population of 1.3m. About an hour away from Austin, San Antonio is really
romantic and reminiscent of Venice with its cute river and boat rides. As Masi
and Masa had been on it more times than they can remember, Raaj and I went on
the boat ...
... dry spot underneath a tree and waited for the bus that would take us to the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar Street. We both grabbed day trips (that only cost $2 and actually last an entire 24 hours, remarkable!) and hopped on the bus. Soon enough we were stopping just across from the Alamo Drafthouse, and it was still raining. And then the umbrella snapped. So there we were, standing in suburban Austin, in pouring rain, with me ...
... which features dozens of Lance Armstrong’s racing bikes hanging from the ceiling. Our house is a few blocks from the Jack and Adams Bike Shop who have regular Sunday morning rides so I linked up with them. Texans, as you may have heard, are a very friendly bunch and shortly after I announced that I am new to town I have more restaurants, bars and rides to check out than I have room on my Blackberry. It is the same day as the ...