The Westin Austin at The Domain
Travel Blogs from Austin
First night of two in Austin at cheap motel, no internet and noisy rooms
Taxi ride into Dirty 6 and beers at the Jackaloupe with busty/tattooed bar maids
Great Peruvian street food then great Reggae Band night
Pete's Blog: Day Six (I think): Galveston to Austin about 260 miles. After five nearly perfect days, the weather gods evened up the score with a shocker yesterday. Wind, rain and ...
... the title of the biggest hitter in the game as she was good at knocking the guys off the table. Dunga had a few special moves that involved doing theatrics that were hilarious, Thommo was the spin king and I was just good at getting the puck close to the end. It was a very entertaining night, after a while Thommo looked a little cooked and tired from partying a little too hard over the last few days so we finished up at about 2am and got a cab back to the ...
... Alex from the airport. Alex
had decided to celebrate his 40th in Austin since we were there and it
is a great place to celebrate anything. Kathy had originally decided to
come to Austin for Sam's birthday and although we decided to go out the
11th for Alex's birthday, Kathy came anyway to host a kid's party at
the St. Cecelia that night. How nice was that? Alex and I had a great
day. We went running on the Greenbelt, went swimming ...
Bright and early we left lovely New Orleans on our second
Megabus ride to Austin, capital city of Texas, to visit my Masi (great-aunt)
and her family. After an hour's stop in Houston, my dad’s cousin, Sonia, picked us up from the drop-off spot in Austin which was a tiny little car park on a side road (we have heard from Sonia since that nearby residents have started to complain about the noise!) It had been a
long journey without any proper food (hard to get much ...
... What an honor. The funny thing is that if you asked any of these moms any other time of the year if they would happily and willingly hand their newborn over to a complete stranger dressed in a costume, Hell would freeze over before they'd even consider it. But at Christmas time, as long as that stranger is Santa, well, he's no stranger at all.
A couple of times, mothers came up to me and thanked me for redeeming their ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations