Travel Blogs from Austin, United States

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the end of the road., Austin, United States travel blog

the end of the road.

A travel blog entry by cassbrill

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Well, this is definitely not what I had planned for my final entry. I'm at home in Austin sooner than planned, in a neck brace. Yep, in a neck brace. On my last adventure in Peru, I managed to fracture my spine in 3 places. Here's the story of what ...

Cuban Food in Texas? Moo!, Austin, United States travel blog

Cuban Food in Texas? Moo!

A travel blog entry by loafy

... good and interesting lunch. Oh, before I forget to mention it, we saw RollerGirls. Perhaps you saw the reality series on A&E about Austin's women's roller derby league? Very punk rock. Works for me... Well, I guess they had a match, or a bout, or ...

Back to Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

Back to Texas

A travel blog entry by trent

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... Chris and I decided to go work for the department of education in South Korea, we also decided we needed one more weekend in Austin before we left. So Chris and I and old high school pal Espy headed down for the weekend. We ate some fantastic ...

Lost in Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Lost in Austin

A travel blog entry by eddemer

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... my first night in Austin was incredible, and I didn't even leave the hostel. It may make no sense, but I'd heard a lot about Austin, their unofficial motto is the most delightful 'Keep Austin weird' and I'd been told that there was live music every night. ...

Saturday Morning, Austin, United States travel blog

Saturday Morning

A travel blog entry by trialsrider

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... . Thanks also to Stephan Hetzel for being our group leader and guide. Saturday night was a big night for music in Austin with the Austin City Limits Festival going on and the many afterparties in various venues around town. I had wanted to see Leo ...

Cabo Wrap Up, Austin, United States travel blog

Cabo Wrap Up

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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Cabo has a lot to offer, from incredible landscape, to world class resorts, golf, and fishing, to great nightlife, and just about anything else you could want.  It is defintely a playground for the rich and famous, but has a lot to offer for the ...

Formula 1, Austin, United States travel blog

Formula 1

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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... This gave us the opportunity to catch up with Mike Frost at McLaren. We arranged to have dinner at a steakhouse in Downtown Austin before heading back to the Microsoft shop in time to see the arrival of the Lotus team including Romain ...

Formula 1, Austin, United States travel blog

Formula 1

A travel blog entry by jas20j

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We left the condo at 7:15am for our 35 minute commute to the track parking lot and boarded our school bus to the circuit. All up it takes about an hour to reach our seats in the grandstand at turn 1. There was not as much fog today and it soon cleared ...

Leaving Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Leaving Austin

A travel blog entry by marijka

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... ...   :-)   www.fliphappycrepes.blogspot.com I also ran into the only bit of rudeness I'd experienced in Austin, but I definitely understand the sentiment. (Again, comparing what's happening in Austin to Nashville.) Just take a look at ...

Annie learns to cast a flyrod, Austin, United States travel blog

Annie learns to cast a flyrod

A travel blog entry by mjslonim

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... Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River for a couple of days.  The Guadalupe River is the Southern-most trout stream in the United States.  It was created with the building of Canyon Lake Dam.  The cold, clear water released from the bottom of ...

Dillos, tin shacks and hats..., Austin, United States travel blog

Dillos, tin shacks and hats...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... , clubs and restaurants, it boldly displays its individuality.       The city's unofficial slogan is 'Keep Austin weird' it prides itself on its diversity. It is also the Music Capitol - home to over 1900 groups, anything ...

Austin, TX, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin, TX

A travel blog entry by holz_g

live ...

Day19 – Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Day19 – Austin

A travel blog entry by tampere-usa

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... shopping too. They picked me up later from my motel cave and day time TV hell, where I was anxious to go to see some Austin. There isn`t much tourist attractions here so it was nice to walk around a bit people watching. We went to some bars where I` got ...

Our story begins....., Austin, United States travel blog

Our story begins.....

A travel blog entry by stacimcg

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A few months ago my husband's company approached him about going to South Korea for several weeks for work this fall, and he agreed on the spot. Since I work from home and my entire team is located in a timezone much closer to Korea's than my own ...

A hot bath in the middle of the Nevada desert!, Austin, United States travel blog

A hot bath in the middle of the Nevada desert!

A travel blog entry by neilandamy

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... desert, desert and more desert! Damn these roads go on forever in America! Passed a couple of the coolest towns on the way. Austin, which was like something out of an old wild west movie. Almost looked like a ghost town!! Then Eureka (how cool is that ...

Austin, TX to San Juan Puerto Rico, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin, TX to San Juan Puerto Rico

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

Arrive in Puerto Rico at 3:15 ...

BBQ in Austin, TX, yea!, Austin, United States travel blog

BBQ in Austin, TX, yea!

A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality

... guard know that the library needs to rethink their policy on this kind of thing. Another uninspiring day of paperwork. Each morning I was in Austin I awoke to Charlotte coming into my room and giving me a hug good morning, not a bad way to wake up! Jose ...

South By Southwest 2006, Austin, United States travel blog

South By Southwest 2006

A travel blog entry by trialsrider

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... , we found a spot and walked back to South Congress. This is that really cool couple of blocks that includes the Continental Club, Austin Motel, Uncommon Objects, Hotel San Jose and many other cool spots. Upon walking in the door of the Yard Dog Folk Art, ...

Day 4: Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 4: Austin

A travel blog entry by jshoopster

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... excited for the day ahead of us. We started things off by getting some food at what many people call the best Tex-Mex in Austin, Chuy’s. They advertise a burrito the size of your head and they don’t lie! It’s not often that a meal is ...

Austin TX, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin TX

A travel blog entry by momadunc

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... with the six flags of Texas - Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, Texas in the Confederacy and Texas in the United States were providing music in the main concourse.  We opted to enjoy the music for a while after having lunch rather than ...

Austin, Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin, Texas

A travel blog entry by jesse-ambika

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Stayed with freinds Jack & Marie just outside the city of Austin, we had a great time chatting & eating some great food. It is also were Ambika and I picked up our truck and supplies for the rest of the ...

flights, Austin, United States travel blog

flights

A travel blog entry by moharv

So, our flights to and from DFW are now completely sold out.   Think we can get some vouchers for giving up our seats on the ...

Austin - Searching for Jesse James, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin - Searching for Jesse James

A travel blog entry by c_villa

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... was fun to watch the anticipation of others. That night our hotel was packed, with people of all ages, shapes, sizes and interests.  Austin seems to be a city where people come for the weekend to hang out and get away. Day Three We took our bikes out ...

Austin City Limits Music Festival, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin City Limits Music Festival

A travel blog entry by olinorwell

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... the stage, they impressed with some unfamiliar songs before lifting the crowd with their classic sing-along ‘Crazy’. The Austin City Limits festival featured about 8 stages in total, spread around a park perhaps a mile in length from one end ...

Time to get off the wild roller-coaster..., Austin, United States travel blog

Time to get off the wild roller-coaster...

A travel blog entry by rene77

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... at Etsy HQ featuring Ovenly- it’s always interesting to hear small business start-up stories. On February 13th we flew to Austin, Texas with Kat, Gav, Yvette and Pat. We rented a great house walking distance to Rainey Street and headed there as ...

Ready or Not!, Austin, United States travel blog

Ready or Not!

A travel blog entry by lauren_eric

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... up a storm! Considering that this will be our first international travel experience together, we're very excited.  We'll depart Austin at 8pm tonight and fly to LA where we'll then fly to Hong Kong before catching another flight to Bangkok and then ...

Spam Museum, Austin, United States travel blog

Spam Museum

A travel blog entry by jameszappia

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Today I am heading into South Dakota and will slowly be making my way towards Mt Rushmore but first we had a short stopover in Austin, Minnesota to visit the Spam museum. This museum was the BIGGEST waste of time and it is literally all just devoted to ...

Back into the US, Austin, United States travel blog

Back into the US

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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... So I installed the emergency spare tire and we only could drive 50 miles an hour. We did not find a tire place before St Antonio and by the time we got there most places were closed so we drove to Austin without a problem and got a new tire the next day. ...

We are sailing..., Austin, United States travel blog

We are sailing...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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... works, the odd level crossing, passing through small towns with names like Concrete and Mustang Ridge. So here we are in Austin - I know we don't do cities! Well this is one of our favourite places. Last time we stayed half way ...

Austin to San Jose Costa Rica, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin to San Jose Costa Rica

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

My first trip out of the country.  I admit, I am a bit nervous, but it should be fun.  Michelle studied abroad in Costa Rica, and said it was great.  I get to the airport and the ticket agent asks for my passport.  I explained to her ...

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