La Quinta Inn Austin University Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... weird' and I'd been told that there was live music every night. Additionally, the hostel was designed with local artistry which was just insanely cool. Although, my one gripe here about the hostel, other than the shower that was both too small and felt like someone spitting on you, was the ******* monkey flossing at the foot in my bed. What was with that? It was one of the creepiest things I've ever seen and I had to wake up to it every day for four ...
... went to had a big backyard and some live country music bands playing, it was really dark inside but overall the place had a good vibe, the music wasn't very good but I'm not a country fan, we had one drink and moved on. Thommo and PM were looking for a bar they went to last time that had table tennis out the back. We went to another 3 different places looking for the table tennis, we had a drink in each place, at one spot we played Cornhole, ...
... inside and took a tour of the capital building. The tour inside was really informative and made us want to learn more about history near the Mexican border. We have a few pictures of the building, but these pictures do not capture how grand this place was. The building was built in the 1830's for the purpose of being a "national" capital for the Republic of Texas. Hillary has worked in the capital buildings in ...
... brake you need to pedal backwards, which I took a long time to get used to! It was a hot day and we were sweaty from the outset. Joseph led the way for us which was handy as all my road safety knowledge went out of the window because of the confusion over braking and also the whole other side of the road thing! I would never have been able to do it by myself, I just followed Joseph's every movement! We cycled through the centre of the town, then through the ...