Howard Johnson San Marcos
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for Austin but very popular in California. It was a favorite place of Jeff & Giselle's in CA so they enjoyed eating there. (Jeff even has an In & Out tee shirt which he brought to Texas!). After lunch Jeff, Giselle and the kids went back to their hotel to swim. We got Ailish all dressed up in her little swimsuit and took her to the pool for her first swim. Her eyes got as big as saucers but she didn't ...
... highlights of the trip so far.
We had a lot of momentum when the band packed up, so we headed to another bar for darts. Afterwards, we had a long (but safe) walk home where we saw some more cool Austin stuff like huge guitars and construction. We were starving so we headed to What-A-Burger for a nightcap.
On the way out of Texas, we stopped for some real life west Texas BBQ and it was sweet.
... them and it had one of those tour guides that likes to
crack a joke every 2 minutes, but at least he was entertaining! The tour was
really great and San Antonio is the perfect place for a weekend break – lots of
great hotels and tonnes of cute little riverside restaurants and cafe’s. It was
a shame we were only there for the day but we ended it on a sweet note with
some much loved Haagen-Dazs which we both haven’t had in ages!
... umbrella open as we ran back and forth across the six lane road trying to decide what to eat for lunch. Eventually we ended up at a little Thunder Cloud Sub shop (who knew it was a franchise?) and Kelsey grabbed a fake chicken sub while I had something with turkey, ham, and bacon, and it was delicious.
From there we wandered inside the cinema complex, picked up our tickets, and proceeded to sit on a bench for the next hour ...
... 3 Ironman, and many of the club members are either riding or volunteering so the ride leaders decide to take our group of twenty on a 50k no-drop ride through the city. Austin has a rich network of bicycle lanes that seem to get repaved more frequently than the roads.
Most of the group is team oriented and respectful of the no-drop rules, but there is one hammerhead in the group – an x-racer named Bob – who ...