The Montclaire House

2100 Montclaire Street, Austin, Texas, 78704, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Austin

Wrap me in a brisket blanket and call me Betty.

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie


... good that I am somewhat afraid to every try any more should it fall short of this out of body eating experience. We polished off our food, took a peek inside the smokers and headed out.

Just for kicks we walked by Franklin's which is more of a real building to see what the line was looking like. It looked like there were 25 or so people lined up outside and curled around the building and who knows how many inside. I suppose this was not ...

Graduation Picnic

A travel blog entry by dstras


When my parents asked me what I wanted to do as a graduation party, I had no idea. Big group or little group? Formal or casual? Dinner or brunch? What to do to keep people entertained? I settled on The Broken Spoke, thinking that it would be a fun place to take a big group of people. However, turns out The Broken Spoke doesn't host events for under 21 year olds, so we had to ...

Big Hair, Boots, and Business

A travel blog entry by jbrandlemccall


... of thinking where, although minority and women-owned businesses are gratefully considered for procurement, there is no law connected to our municipalities binding them to a certain percentage of procurement levels. A very interesting difference between Canadian and American outlooks on affirmative action in business.

Although we had very little time for cultural events in Austin, I really enjoyed my Home ...

Big Texas

A travel blog entry by ahartry


... sight-seeing. It was about 75 degrees out and somewhat humid (not horrid, but you could feel it).

We drove up to the UT campus: it wasn't far away, but we thought we might be able to find longer-term parking up there. We did find a parking lot that seemed to be permit-only M-F but open and free on weekends. It was overcast, and there was a breeze, which reduced the sense of heat and humidity. We strolled around the campus, looking at the "main building" and the ...

Austin - Re-living our university days

A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10


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Now Mum and Lisa had to maintain a LOT of self control to drive past the largest outlet mall that they had ever seen! They say that they will definitely be back to San Marcos one day (Dad and Luke watch out!!). It seemed to be at least twice the size of the one where we spent eight hours in San Francisco (and we didn't even visit all of the stores there!) They think they would need a week to do it justice.

We hit Austin just before peak hour ...


This B&B, located in the South Lamar area of Austin, is near Barton Springs Pool, Beverly S. Sheffield Zilker Hillside Theater, and McBeth Recreation Center.
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