Quality Inn & Suites Austin Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Although now even after only 10 minutes of playing I am so hot as its 33 degrees outside. Our campsite tonight is different from usual as Nicole got this trip last minute and it's always really hard to get accommodation in Austin so we are in a guy called Jim's back garden basically. Apparently when there is a festival in town all the acts etc stay on his land. It's actually quite a cool place but there are two outside showers with just a curtain between you and ...
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... they will have videos of Austin from a birds eye view, from a different perspective. In the evening, we ended up going out to the best club in the world! The DJ was so good and we went a bit mental, jumping around and shouting to the kaiser chiefs. There was a classic dancing circle and we got involved and this time, I actually got a few cheers! I think it helped that I didn't try the floor dancing. We woke up with a bit of a hangover (understatement) and headed off ...
... condescendingly at us each time we passed it on the way to our room.
Kasia did some Google research and discovered a popular Mexican restaurant had a location at the airport so we bundled up and headed over to enjoy some tacos, enchiladas and the largest margarita one could ever hope to consume.
Afterwards we layed in bed wathing bad television (which is about 99% of everything on television) before falling ...
... track through the canyontop grasslands. Little drop-offs and meandering ravines provided some fun along with the constructed jumps and rollovers. This was a safari. I honestly expected to turn the corner to see some zebras and wildabeasts bowing to Mufasa.
I biked down the road to Hamilton pool to find that the gates close at 6:00pm. It was 6:45. Reimer's Ranch had gotten a hold of me and I hadn't explored even half of the park. I threw the bike on the Mazda ...