Days Inn Austin South
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... to Baltimore, 439 miles, 6h 55m
It’s easy to deploy, easy to park, easy to set up and take down, easy to drive, easy to store..
It's comfortable, functional, versatile, and fun.
i'll ditto the "easy" the fact that i can still indulge in my bath (yes, i can seriously fit in the tub) has me pretty much sold :)
... looked like they were having fun, but I was fine with my Sangarita (iced sangria margarita) and the view. I really ought to stop having preconceptions of the places I visit; Texas is distinctly not a desert, and Austin is surrounded by some startlingly pretty wooded hillsides, lakes, and about a million golf courses. Although I struggled with the humidity all day, that just gives you an excuse to seek out places to sit down and have ...
... hood' days and how the mother of his son was in jail for prostitution. He also asked me what language English people speak and if we have a different alphabet. I loved it. He made the 3 hours go really fast and before I knew it I was in my hostel and met some really awesome people there.
The next day I went into Austin for a few hours but I was hot and couldn't really be bothered with sightseeing so went back. That night me and a few hostel people went to a fantastic ...
... River is very pretty, with many cycling and walking trails within easy access of downtown.
Had a slight panic this afternoon when Terry realized that he had left his prized Tilley hat in the bar - we had to run back to get it. Luckily it was still hanging on the back of his bar stool.
This evening we had a most awesome experience. There is a bat colony residing under Congress Bridge in ...