Super 8 Austin/Dtwn/Capitol Area
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It was an ok hotel but small not enought for 90 a night good view close to the UT school
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It was boring not as much as i wanted it to be cuz i was with a group of close minded people which sucked and a bratty kid but will have to go back solo
... house and we showered and chilled inside. Today we decided to go tubing down a natural spring pool $10 rental. We had 6 of us go and chill drinking floating in the heat! So good :) Headed out after to Rainy St in Austin which is a mad street of houses turned to outside bars. We bought tickets $30 to see Bombay Bicycle Club an Australian band who were cool to to see. 19th May We had a great opportunity to leave our van with a friend of Jess's Kim in Austin. Allana and I walked ...
... eat them now or share them. Too late to buy more cheddar –
we better use the good manchego on cheese toast for breakfast. No green bananas
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week would be good. Best of intentions…… And I’d love to hear from you while we’re
... in Austin for an extra night, and a flight to New Orleans on Monday.
I would totally recommend Austin to anyone. Great city and very clean with a good vibe. EXCEPT one thing...BUGS!!! As y'all know, I'm not at one with nature, but unfortunately, nature is determined to be at one with me. Even at 17 floors up, my balcony seemed to attract all manor of bugs, which played havoc with my smoking regime. I even had to shout at a bat that flew a bit too close (again) ...
... restaurant just a couple of days later called G'rajmahal, which served us up some of the best Indian food we have ever tasted. We love Austin. It is a wonderful town full of gracious, friendly, hospitable people, (when they're not behind the wheels of their cars). beautiful leafy, green parks are everywhere, covered in soft grass, shaded with stately live oaks, bordered by rivers and lakes with walking and biking trails and young people ...