Star of Texas Inn

611 West 22nd Street, Austin, Texas, 78705, United States | B&B
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    Back to the USA

    A travel blog entry by briannaclark91 on Jun 11, 2014

    Sad goodbye to Jess and we caught the bus to Cancun International Airport $140 pasos. Or flight was only 2 1/2 hrs to Austin which then we caught a taxi to Jess's friend Kim's house who didn't live far out. Steph, Matt, Larns and I went for dinner at a delicious vegan place with the best veggie burgers I've ever had. There was a free concert in the park not far from Kim's which brought ...

    Zilker park/Barton Springs in Austin Texas

    A travel blog entry by clawdear on Jan 17, 2014

    Zilker park is a place where people come to relax, read a book in the park, play frisbee golf, hike or take a bike ride, play at the kids Zilker zephyr park, see the Barton natural springs, bring your dog, go for a run, exercise or plays some sports with some friends. Awesome place to stop and relax when your holiday is on go go go all the ...

    Gotham City

    A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... feels like freedom is slapping you in the face.

    Movements.
    Moved a couple of beds and dressers with Luke and his roommate. Met Bill…the captain of the cactus courtyard at his apartment in Hyde Park. Bill may have once been a sailor and was one of the more hospitable folks I’ve met. Luke and I headed up to Mt. Bonnell, a legendary mountain overlooking the river ("you're supposed to take girls there"). After some sunset pictures atop the gazebos ...

    Hello, Mr. President

    A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713 on May 09, 2013

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    ... from a co-worker (thanks Matt!) where there's a nightly ritual of a bat emergence from under the bridge. And bats there were. We waited maybe 45 minutes right before sunset, and then out they came. Not a few bats, but in excess of one million. They came out from under the bridge in droves for a good 20 minutes....quite a remarkable sight.

    After that, Mexican dinner (yay!) for our 10 year anniversary, and then back to camp.
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    Why am I going....

    A travel blog entry by jen7continents on Feb 14, 2013

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    ... As I started thinking about where to go, the time off and space grew that ember. I asked my friends if a month would be ok. The if 2 months would be ok. I then admitted that the ember was now a wildfire of at least 6 months. Thank goodness my biological family and my chosen family said, 6 months was great too. This time and adventure is a gift from them as much as it is an investment ...