La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hard back to the springs. We thoroughly deserved our dip in the springs, which was horribly cold but totally refreshing after our sweaty bike ride. The floor was slippery in the springs but the water was so clear! I was told there were fish in the deeper part but I stayed away from that bit! It was all very lovely and we returned to our cabins well and truly exhausted. Tomorrow we have to get up before 4am for an extra long journey so I'm having an early ...