Motel 6 Austin - Midtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... things to come we parted the next morning and headed to Austin to stay a night with our long missed buddies Mike and Katie. We spent the evening drinking PBR's and catching up. They are both doing great btw, in case anyone was wondering!! The following morning we drove up the street to Morgan and Michael's house for breakfast with their beautiful and hilarious kids Henry and baby June. Henry and ...
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... awesome! Jenny did a breathalyser test in the bar for fun and surprisingly, she was extremely far over the limit. It was such a great night; Austin has an incredible nightlife and really has something for everyone. It is just so lively! I challenge anyone to come here and to not have an amazing time. The following day, we went to Zilkner park. Encompassed in the park are hiking trails, a really sweet, small train that circles the perimeter and Lady Bird Lake where ...
... Poor thing he was so very worried but luckily it ended well and the photos are safely stored on his computer. Patrick had bought Christmas presents to us which was very sweet of him. Beauty products to me, books to dad and two lovely cotton shirts to Andreas. We gave them $100 each to spend as they please and i booked rooms at the Hilton in New Orleans for two nights from tomorrow. Looks like a great hotel in a fantastic location. Hopefully it ...
Our Journey to N. Austin to Crash
We headed north on Mopac Expressway, traveling about 55 mph and saw sparks in the rear view. After arguing about whether someone's bumper fell off, we realized that the bikes were no longer visible...Panic.
We pulled over to find that the bike rack's pin had jiggled itself loose allowing the rack to unfold and collapse. My bike was no longer attached. Luke sprinted to pull it from the middle of the road about 300 yards ...