SpringHill Suites Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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... in the city of Dallas (which is hotter then anything I experienced in Florida) and meeting up with a friend of ours who lived there, we drove to Arlington for the ball game and so I could flip off the home of the Cowboys. We got to the ballpark, I got out of the car, and stood looking at Jerry World for a few minutes with both fingers pointed right at it. The ballgame was a lot of fun as well. We were sitting in the first row of the right-center ...
On Tuesday morning we drove over to Dollar Car Rental where we said our goodbyes to Allie and Monica (who both brought Diego to the airport and then flew back to NYC) and subsequently said hello to our new car Rhodes. We picked up Kasia and the rest of the stuff from the house and headed out to begin the long seven hour ride over to El Paso.
Our first stop was a cute little cafe just outside of Austin that Kasia found ...
... input. Austin has been probably my favourite city so far. So laid back and easy yet it's not too big. It would be a very liveable city and didn't seem to expensive. A little background - Austin is a very Liberal city in a Republic state. They have the saying 'Keep Austin Weird'. Girls can actually walk around topless if they want - a law was passed to ensure equal rights! It didn't seem to weird to me but it defiantly wasn't what you would expect as a Texan city. A must see city I ...
... left the next morning to go to Dallas. In Dallas we stayed with the Ggolias for just one night, but it was great. We played in the yard, another family came over, and we slept really soundly. The Ggolias are just such great people. This morning Dad actually left ( yes, again ) to go to Lexington this time for his college reunion. However, we are in Austin, my hometown, now, so we are PSYCHED. 10 days here will fly by, then like 1.5 weeks till home!!!
... descended to this range, it warmed up to about fifty degrees.
The new Navigator got a bit messed up when we decided to check out the local laundromat in Junction and eventually led us to a road to the park that was not available. It was a narrow dirt road and had a sign saying just that. So, we headed back into town, found the sign to the park and did fine. Incidentally, the laundromat, "Buster's" was nasty. Dirty floors and many ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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