Holiday Inn Express San Marcos
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... more for other places. It's not so much the driving on the left, but the roundabouts that caused a lot of missed exits, backtracking and frustration.
We need to plan more rest days. One or two would have helped our stamina and sanity.
It would have been better to stay longer at fewer B&Bs. Those "one-night-stands" meant re-packing every morning. Staying in one or two places is how we've traveled before, but we tried to fit in too much ...
... I am looking forward to re-emersion.
Hopefully, I can remember to keep this blog up for everyone I'm leaving back at home and I will post pictures often so everyone can keep up. Marcus doesn't know it yet but I'm planning to get him a webcam so we can Skype and I can still see him without blowing up both of our phone bills. I think that's a good compromise, right? I go to Spain, he gets a new webcam. Even Steven. I miss everyone already. I hope this helps! ...
... to go too, every bar it seemed in Austin had live music and you could just go from one to another with no cover charge. However, our plan to bar hop was scuppered when we got talking to the singer in the first bar who told us we should go to this other bar and he would give us a lift there an offer we couldn't refuse. The other bar was a locals bar with honkey tonk in a jazz style where we were introduced to lots of people and drunk one too many two ...
... box that every other passenger seemed to be using, meaning I could take my rucksack straight onto the plane without having its forty-five-litre capacity questioned. I crammed it into the overhead locker before sitting at the back of the plane beside an Indian man who proceeded to check his nose, eyes, and ears for any changes every few seconds, then proceeded to tell me my Rohinton Mistry novel had too much detail in it. I soon blocked him out with my ...
... tree images together) but there were so many untrimmed, low hanging branches that it was stressful trying to maneuver around them. Not RV friendly capital of the US!
We spent a lot of time around the University of Texas campus because we found parking easier to come by. In the area, we had some BBQ and visited the LBJ Library on campus. I learned a lot about our 36th President. He did so much for bringing about social progress. It's too bad that ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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