Austin Hyde Park Inn

4304 Ave B, Austin, Texas, 78751, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Hyde Park area of Austin, is near Elisabet Ney Museum, Buffalo Exchange, Hyde Park, and Congregation Beth Israel.
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Travel Blogs from Austin

On our way

A travel blog entry by germann on Jun 02, 2014

Our trip to Greece began as we drove to Houston, Texas where we boarded a British Airways flight to London at 8:40 pm. At the last minute, they called us to the boarding gate and upgraded us to bigger seats at the bulkhead which meant we had much more room and an enjoyable 9 hour flight across the ocean to ...

To do or not to do

A travel blog entry by ocohen on Jan 09, 2014

... keys to the people
who will be staying at the house. Making sure that some good books and music are
available to us while we’re gone.



Things that can wait: Going to an attorney to rewrite our
will and health care directives. Checking to see whether the crackers in the
pantry have gone rancid. Reading the book that someone loaned me a few months
ago. Getting ...

Gotham City

A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 09, 2013

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... too much fun to be legal. We arrived at Banger's on Rainey St. for the end of a stand-up show and some poutine (We now know what poutine is exactly). After the rest of our group showed, we decided to head to G'Raj Mahal. If you visit Austin, you must go. We rode the bicycle-powered mythical dragon-serpent on our way out to Bar 96 to watch Shark Week on their projector screen. After some games, etc. there we biked back to the 4runner and began our journey to N. Austin to ...

Casi, Casi...

A travel blog entry by jenreese on May 14, 2013

6 comments, 1 photo

... of treasures...it is a collection of items infused with the personal 'stuff' of many loved ones. One of the traditions on the camino is to leave a little rock from home, and symbolically, to leave something behind. So, in my 20 lb. pack, I'm carrying the psychic junk of: Rosie (the rock with info written on it about David) Kimberly (the blue lapiz heart) Lara (the TINY rock you can't really see...so thoughtful!) Todd ...

Why am I going....

A travel blog entry by jen7continents on Feb 14, 2013

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THE PREAMBLE
2012 was an interesting year. New experiences at TED Active, New Orleans, and Croatia. Medical challenges. Leaving my 4th longest relationship ever - my company of 12 years. Recuperating and wondering what is next.

As I looked back on my years, I have been pushing and driving toward some concrete goal the whole time. I've travelled quite a bit, but just little ...