Travel Blogs from Austin, United States

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New Year!!!!, Austin, United States travel blog

New Year!!!!

A travel blog entry by svelji

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HAPPY NEW YEAR! Here's a idea for your New year's resolution...Help Saffana Velji and help- her by donating money to her.  I hope everybody had a fantastic holiday break and will have a fantastic year.  This is the year I am going to ...

Rain and Storm, Austin, United States travel blog

Rain and Storm

A travel blog entry by jogo

What had started last night continues today. Rain. And because of a little bit of rain (by European standards) the 3rd day of the festival is cancelled. I honestly cannot believe this, nor can any of the other festival visitors. (Nicely the visitors at ...

The Day We Ate Everything, Austin, United States travel blog

The Day We Ate Everything

A travel blog entry by lindseylyons

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Slept in again this day, it was rainy and with the sirens waking us up we just kept falling back asleep! But once we started moving we knew it was going to be a day to try almost all of the food we had wanted to while we were there! We didn't even put a ...

George Washington Inaugural Bible, Austin, United States travel blog

George Washington Inaugural Bible

A travel blog entry by ethomson

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George Washington was inaugurated as the first President of the United States using this Masonic Bible which was borrowed from St John's Lodge No. 1, chartered under the Grand Lodge of the State of New York, F. & A.M. It was exhibited last night, 10 ...

Escapades in Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

Escapades in Texas

A travel blog entry by paulanfran

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... was there. Caught the end of the historic race & then back to town. Caught back up with Franny & had a classic Austin food van dinner, " Ms P's Electric Cock " chicken dinner from a beautiful airstream caravan & have to admit the chicken was ...

The festival begins!, Austin, United States travel blog

The festival begins!

A travel blog entry by jogo

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Each day the festival begins at I think 10.00 in the morning and it also stops at 10 in the evening. There are several stages and the weather is really really good. I am glad that I took my sunscreen and my hat with me. The festival really surprises ...

we walked around a bunch, Austin, United States travel blog

we walked around a bunch

A travel blog entry by waydot

and almost passed out in a hot ...

My Meeting Part 2, Austin, United States travel blog

My Meeting Part 2

A travel blog entry by svelji

Hello! I went to my meeting and I have found out that we are having a mascot to carry around with us! It is a termite and his name is Terry!  The meeting also told us about packing, having great attitude, clothing expectations and the Human Knot! ...

Day 7 - Austin, TX and Balmorhea, TX, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 7 - Austin, TX and Balmorhea, TX

A travel blog entry by smcclintock

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... us the cool places to go and things to see.  A fun story he told us was about one of the prominent buildings in Austin, the Frost Bank Building.  It's a very distinct 30 story highrise on the Austin skyline and from each corner of the ...

Happy Holidays, Austin, United States travel blog

Happy Holidays

A travel blog entry by svelji

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Hello everyone! Happy Holidays! I hope everybody had a good holiday because I sure did. I got more money for the trip and some movies and games, maybe, to entertain me.  So far my dad paid off $1400 and I made $500 so far!  This week I'm going ...

The Day I Did Really Cool S#!%, Austin, United States travel blog

The Day I Did Really Cool S#!%

A travel blog entry by lindseylyons

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This was by far my favorite day. We hadn't gotten much sleep since my arrival, so sleeping in on Saturday morning felt AMAZING. It was very much needed! Eventually we woke up and prepared ourselves for the day. Emily made us a great breakfast so we'd ...

17. Austin, Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

17. Austin, Texas

A travel blog entry by memamzadeh

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... town and went to Whole Foods' flagship store on Lamar. It was pretty spectacular, and I even got a massage. This area of Austin is very village-like, as each house is a different business from Pilates to attorneys. When we finally decided to leave for ...

Spirit willing but body weak, Austin, United States travel blog

Spirit willing but body weak

A travel blog entry by lasveg1005

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... -season game tonight. Well with all the rain and with darkness descending, I chose safety over Packer loyalty and stopped in Austin, Minnesota, where we were treated to watching the Minnesota college game at the sports bar restaurant in the hotel. I ...

On to Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

On to Austin

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon

I drove to Austin today.  I'm going to visit the State Capitol, get my car serviced and drive to Big Bend National Park ...

To do or not to do, Austin, United States travel blog

To do or not to do

A travel blog entry by ocohen

Dear all -- This post is kind of a test.  A number of people have asked to get my posts directly. Others get them through facebook, and some people subscribe to the travelpod post. (they’ll do the RSS notification thing when I update – ...

Countdown to Blastoff, Austin, United States travel blog

Countdown to Blastoff

A travel blog entry by aquamarine

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... off everything even though I clicked as fast as I could to save and say I wanted more time. It's so expensive too, and here in Austin there are zero internet cafes. If I had known this, I would have brought my laptop. But our host didn't tell us, and it ...

Austin, LBJ, and the Bush Twins, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin, LBJ, and the Bush Twins

A travel blog entry by djpick

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... was friendlier and the barbecue was tastier. Following dinner, it was back on the road to San Antonio. I took many pictures in Austin, including Lady Bird's home and the Bush Twins restaurant. I look forward to posting them as soon as I have a ...

Final packing and itinerary, Austin, United States travel blog

Final packing and itinerary

A travel blog entry by texanne

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... are free to sleep or mill about on our own. Day two we are touring with our travel agent and the rest of the Austin contingent. We are being driven around town to see sights like the Olympic Stadium, Plaza d'Espana and several of the Gaudi buildings. ...

6 Days and counting..., Austin, United States travel blog

6 Days and counting...

A travel blog entry by massengaletrip

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The Massengale Family.  Rented RV, Seattle to Austin in 2 Weeks.  Are we ...

The Ides are Springsteen, Austin, United States travel blog

The Ides are Springsteen

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Beware the Ides? The schedule said noon, but it was 12:27 before The Boss arrived at the Austin Convention Center and began his Keynote Address, kicking off the music portion of SXSW today. "A keynote speech at NOON?" he groused. “All musicians are ...

Drinks with Kerry and her bridesmaids, Austin, United States travel blog

Drinks with Kerry and her bridesmaids

A travel blog entry by nahury1

We made it into town to meet Kerry for ...

Sick Days: A overly long account of illness, Austin, United States travel blog

Sick Days: A overly long account of illness

A travel blog entry by dstras

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When I was in ninth and tenth grade, I would get sick all the time. It seemed like I was always in and out of the doctor's office with bronchitis and sinus infections. I asked if something was wrong with my respiratory system since I so often had issues. ...

Austin 2010, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin 2010

A travel blog entry by stevensfamily

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Chicken Scratchy Itenerary, Austin TX, United States travel blog

Chicken Scratchy Itenerary

A travel blog entry by nora.lavandrez

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I'm at home. Finishing packing going over my poly chronic flyby the seat of my planning itinerary. Messagaing Taki, who is in HK, dunno what time it is there. I should ask her. Doogies are stirring in and out of sleep. Already have that feeling that I'm ...

Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin

A travel blog entry by nevans07

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... - inexpensive. The following day we did some exploring in Austin with Seth and Lara viewing the capital building and some of Austin's impressive surrounding scenery which was great. We then had a huge rib dinner before checking out the bat bridge flight ...

Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin

A travel blog entry by capnmachete

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... to Texas. This trip is about a lot of things, but one the most important aspects is food. One of the main reasons for choosing Austin is the BBQ, and one of the premier Q joints in the country, Franklins BBQ, is based just up the road from our hotel. We ...

Leaving Home, Austin, United States travel blog

Leaving Home

A travel blog entry by wednesday2679

So I had to get up bright and early so I could finish packing. Which is not my favorite part of taking a trip what so ever. I got to the airport and got thru security check with no issues. I got very lucky none of my flights got really delayed which is ...

Happy 4th of July!, Austin, United States travel blog

Happy 4th of July!

A travel blog entry by massengaletrip

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We are home!  Here are some of the pictures. ...

Day 17, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 17

A travel blog entry by glenmunkus

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Van appreciation day... Driving, driving, driving to Austin, Minnesota. We had 2 designated stops today; 1st was the Corn Palace. A school hall still used for proms, theatre and basketball games with corn merchandise inside and decorated with murals of ...

Abandon Ship!!, Austin, United States travel blog

Abandon Ship!!

A travel blog entry by elk_oil

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... fly into and out of smaller airports with a really good airline.  Southwest flies from Manchester to Baltimore, then from there to Austin.  These airports are small and easy to get around in.  No waiting on the tarmacs.  The airline is ...

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