Staybridge Suites Austin Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... second deck. We watched that for a little while and then got into the car to drive the almost 4 hours down to Austin.
We got to Austin a little too late to go out the first night but since none of us had showered since St. Louis we all were ok with just using the night to recharge. We slept in a little and then we went to a BBQ restaurant about 20 miles outside of the center of Austin called The Salt Lick. It is a classic Open Pit BBQ ...
... hotel next to the airport in El Paso before heading over to spend the night at Adhara's old friend's house. Kasia booked that particular hotel because it was a water park and thought it would be fun on the off chance that it would be nice enough to utilize it. It turned out to be the coldest day of the entire trip with the temps dipping down to the mid 40's, so not only was the water park closed, but the giant water slide seemed ...
... Another thing is getting off the Interstate. Sounds great except the speed limit is 75mph. Aside from the fact that I haven't gone that fast in the A for 30 plus years its dangerous on a two lane road. I'd rather be on the multilane divided Interstate, thank you very much.
I found a Super 8 very close to down town and settled in cause I can wall to a lot of bars that have music.. I went to Stubb's to check it out and had an Austin amber beer. Very tasty beer ...
... got in the car, while Mom, Dad, and I collapsed the tent. All the while the rain fly was billowing behind Mom, and the thought I kept forming was " Superhero ". Finally Mom and Dad took the tent into the ladies bathroom, disassembled it, and drove for two hours to an AmericInn in Chamberlain, South Dakota.
The next day we drove to Wichita, Kansas. I'll be honest, not much to say about that except that we did it. But Wichita was pretty cool. We ate ...
... cooled from the mid-sixties to the fifties as I write this. No more freezing temperatures now, so far. It's nice to keep the water hooked up and quieter without the sound of the pump.
Tomorrow we'll head into Austin to seek out a Farmers Market and a Flea Market or two. With so little storage space, the temptation-to-buy level is low, but you just never know what might catch our eye. More ...