Quality Inn & Suites Austin Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... near the University. Despite the fact that the hotel abutted I-35, walking one block away from the interstate brought us to a quaint neighborhood on Manor Street. This is where we unexpectedly found a satisfying place to eat (and potential place to live...). When we arrived around 6pm, we were asked if we had a reservation. Naturally, we had not even known the restaurant existed until that very moment. The hostess said that there were two tables still ...
... because we did not have to deal with a strong sun hitting them and an earlier shower made the roses pop with drops on the petals. Car #2 followed the rules and we never saw them but I understand their “navigator” led them on a one way street the wrong way, and had a “deer in the headlight” sighting and a verbal “sh—“ as they learned the streets of downtown Portland.
... something most don’t do thanks to the 100+ degree beatdown from our friend the sun. So, I filled the water pack and pedaled between cars, buses, dogs and cacti over to the capital building. Based upon the structure itself, I would assume the Governor is referred to as His Majesty Rick Perry.
Lady Bird Lake.
Say that out loud and tell me you don’t want to go. I found myself biking amongst the cypresses and Barton Springs Rd. for the next 3 ...
... Hidden Valley Inn there too! We avoided the large group of singing evangelists and bought some books about Belize birds and sealife, as well as a Maya pyramid and black earrings.
Then a flight to Austin over Mexico and Texas, a nice meal in the airport there, a near-loss of S canvas (thanks goodness I got back to the security in time to get it before it was impounded or something- S took better care form then on not to loose ...
... restaurant as the night before (yay!), then once the rain subsided we headed back to the car and to camp. Stormy night of thunder and lightning but that's part of the $32 package deal for the campsite. Notably, the state of Texas is apparently in a 5+ year drought, but you wouldn't know it by the amount of rain we seemingly have brought with us from Atlanta.