La Quinta Inn Austin University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... side we opted to sit inside. The food was classic American fair. Feeling like I'm on the verge of a Brisket\Pulled Pork heart attack i decided to mix it up and go for the Chicken Fried Steak. In retrospect not my smartest decision. Chicken Fried steak is breaded beef, deep fried covered in chicken gravy. Not sure what i was expecting but it was certainly not the chicken dish i envisaged. We also ordered the onion rings which are one of the signature dishes here. I guess the ...
I had forgotten how tired hot weather can make me and due to the time difference I have a very slow day, walking round a little bit through Austin - getting first impressions - and also later in the afternoon getting the wrist band for the upcoming festival. :-)
The youth hostel is crowded due to the festival guests and the prices that they charge have also increased.
Although I have booked already in May, I ...
... graduation, it was fantastic to be all reunited as a family. In the evening, I went to dinner with Nathan at Bess' Bistro on 6th street. We were both pretty sleepy after a busy day, but the food was good and we ended the evening with Amy's and presents. Nathan gave me some great gifts which will be super useful on my gap year, such as a camera, pocket dictionary and notebook. It made me even more excited for ...
... with the Capitol tour we walked north about five blocks to the Texas Museum which is outstanding. The history of Texas is amazing with land grants, cowboys and Indians, war with Mexico, Civil War, Oil Boom, etc. We spent over three hours in this museum and that was going through it quickly – you could spend a week in the museum.
Headed back on bus 30 to our campground and then rode some of the bike trails ...
When you're in Austin you expect live music with your Sunday brunch. Threadgill’s North wasn’t too far away, easy choice. Good home cooking, biscuits, gravy, and even those "cheesey grits" Mitt Romney mentioned eating in Alabama yesterday, obviously not up on the subtleties of grits.
Hank & Shaidri Alrich were already singing when I arrived, sweet voices carrying over the noise of hungry people in ...