La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin North

Address: 7622 I-35 North, Austin, Texas, 78752, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the St. Johns - Coronado Hills area of Austin, is near Elisabet Ney Museum, Halina European Skin Care, Capitol City Comedy Club, and Hyde Park.
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    ... bloody mary station (terrific idea, but clamato juice would make it even better!).

    Drifting through the drizzle, I wandered along checking out the massive graffiti at Castle Hill (super cool) and university campus. I fared like the university students and picked up two tacos (fried avocado and the crossroads brisket) at Torchy's. Definitely a tasty way to end my short stay in Austin. Hopefully I'll be back.




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    ... city that I could adopt in a heart beat; Austin or Nashville, San Francisco or New Orleans: it would be a cinch to slot right in. Then of course, there's surviving, the important question of how. At least on a rung beyond the guitarist and the girl busking on the pedestrian island at the intersection of Barton Springs & South Lamar. Tough gig! "He's having himself on," I thought. But, no, it was just me talking about myself again. The same person who in a month ...

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