La Quinta Inn San Marcos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I'm leaving for Granada, Spain on May 30. I've asked friends, family, and professors who've been to Granada to make a list of "must-see" places and events to enjoy. It's like meeting a person you've already creeped on Facebook before. The Alhambra, Sierra Nevada, Royal Chapel, Generalife, Basilicas, and of course, many tapas bars! Last time I was in Spain was eighth grade and I never imagined I would be blessed enough to go back. I started packing the minute ...
... others company so much that we looked at our watches and realized we had 5 minutes before the movie started! So we quickly paid and rushed over to the iPic.
OK. I had heard of the Alamo Drafthouse and looked on their site. I thought the idea of eating ACTUAL food at the theater (instead of your normal popcorn, candy, etc) and being able to recline in the seats sounded pretty awesome. However when looking at the ...
... her phone like it was a hot potato. I snarked a laugh out seeing how nervous she was to get a shot of these cats, then I took a couple of pics and we were on our way.
We left right around rush hour, so traffic was slow heading out of the city. While at a red light at a busy corner, the night took an interesting turn. In Austin homeless people are at every street corner holding cardboard signs asking you for money, hoping to ...
... It was about 3 short blocks away from the Sheraton so we walked there. By chance, we discovered the place was still open to the public; we rushed in there with about 20 min. to spare and snapped photos of the dome and an interesting tile floor with a decoration resembling a phallus. It could be an arrow or a mushroom, but to us it looks like what it is.
The BEST food to eat in Austin is Texas barbecue and the many varieties of ...
... helped open called the Salty Sow. Ok people. If you are EVER in Austin and looking for a good meal (especially dessert) the Salty Sow is the place to be. Their drinks are amazing, the food, but let me tell you about this dessert. It came out in a shallow canning jar. It was a light, creamy dessert topped with salted caramel and I just about wet myself sitting right there.
We topped the night off by bar hopping around 6th street, taking in the college ...