Vintage Villas Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a million bats fly out into the evening. After a while though they just started pooping all over the place, and it kind of lost its appeal. Then we trekked to the other side of town to try one of the most famous ice cream places in the US: Amy's. We waited in a pretty long line, but they had exciting flavors (I got Mexican Vanilla, worth it). Then we Ubered back to the hotel, driven by a lovely man with the prime example of Southern manners, and hit the hay! ...
It honestly hadn't quite sunk in until the last hour that I'll be catching a flight at midnight tonight and won't be back for 2 weeks! I 'm feeling really excited, a little nervous but overall just ready to have adventures, meet people, and explore a part of the world I know very little about. #readytogo #contikitours ...
... with grid streets numbered from the river at 1st street. The light rail comes into the city at 4th street outside the Convention Centre. We walked up to 11th street where the Capital Building is situated. The building has a beautiful central dome with spiral staircases to ascend the three available levels. Portraits of the state governors and house speakers line the ...
Today we went to barton springs we went swimming in a local spring people have been using it for 10,000 YEARS I thought it would be really warm but it was freezing. After that we went to the botanical gardens, we saw real dinosaur foot prints after that we went to a bbq place i got pulled pork corn on the cob it was awesome ...
... br> At 22 years old and a senior in college, this kid knew intuitively what needed to be done, took the reins and did it all like a boss. I was so impressed I gave her a nice formal thank you and a Shout Out to Terry. Because the reality was this: By myself, there was simply no way to pull this off. I HAD to have a handler to do all the communicating with the guests because being a rabbit of course means I couldn't talk. It became clear to me that I ...