Motel 6 Austin South - Airport

Address: 2707 Interregional Highway South, Austin, Texas, 78741, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located in the East Riverside - Oltorf area of Austin, is near SoCo District, Lone Star River Boat, Uncommon Objects, and St. Edward's University.
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    Austin: Keeping it Weird with Hipsters and Techies

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    Texas, Thankfully by Name Alone

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    ... Kaitlyn and I biked downtown to meet our buddy Eric who was in town from Madison for work. We made our way downtown on the bike path (we both felt that the “bike friendly” description of Austin was severely overstated), grabbed some lunch and caught up with Eric before heading back to Ryan and Christina’s place. It was good to see another friend from back home.
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    ... in Austin to the wrong (old and out of date) address for Carl and Jo. With the help of the Rhyne family network, I eventually located them (a few blocks away) and had a wonderful stay. Carl made his famous breakfast the next morning, and Jo showed me how I could take in the Texas Hill country and still make the Mexican border by night fall.

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    Our Second Home

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    ... area not to cook in. There are
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    The first morning in Austin I went for a run on Town Lake. I had been
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