Travel Blogs from Austin, United States

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Excitement is building up, Austin, United States travel blog

Excitement is building up

A travel blog entry by angelique

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Well today reality is starting to sink in...I'm getting excited because in a little over a week I will be geading to Rome, Italy to meet a girlfriend of mine..From there we are renting a car and touring italy for a week..Thank god her friend from germany ...

Austin Powervich, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin Powervich

A travel blog entry by rama0999

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Arrived this afternoon in boiling hot Austin. Currently its 39 degrees, very hard to go outside for any long periods. When I arrived at the hotel I discovered  that I only had a $100 note and of course the taxi driver claimed he had no change. ...

Church ladies in Texas..., Austin, United States travel blog

Church ladies in Texas...

A travel blog entry by fiscarlos

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... screen (that broke the night I slept on Gloria's frontseats in San Bernardino, because I had it in my pocket). Macki drove me to Austin, on the friday after we all met on the sunday before, so we could meet up with Julia Petter and her family (her ...

Day 3: Loose a Battle, Win the War, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 3: Loose a Battle, Win the War

A travel blog entry by cowboyup

Our Stay in the Stockyards behind us, we "steered" our car towards Austin, TX -- our ultimate goal, and our final (except for the final final goal -- back home) destination. The three-hour car trip was just long enough to be annoying, but was clear ...

Passage  Austin..., Austin, United States travel blog

Passage Austin...

A travel blog entry by roadtripusa2010

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...pour voir 2 millions de ...

I thought this was meant to be a break, Austin, United States travel blog

I thought this was meant to be a break

A travel blog entry by milanluka

... of a walk around downtown. Still warm, almost languid feeling around. Really relaxed, happy that Ive decided to drop anchor here. Austin has a great vibe about it, I feel very comfortable here. After covering plenty of ground on foot, including making my ...

Epilogue - Parting Shots, Observations, Questions, Austin, United States travel blog

Epilogue - Parting Shots, Observations, Questions

A travel blog entry by austxdan

Question - Why is Copal's food/drink/service so bad while Zahra's is so good?   Question - When did the Pizza replace the taco as the Mexican national dish?   Observation/opinion - The collectivos are far and away the cheapest, most ...

Friday August 4, 2006, Austin, United States travel blog

Friday August 4, 2006

A travel blog entry by trialsrider

The gas tank had been filled the night before so all I had to do was load up the bike and gear and hit the road. Once through San Antonio, I started looking for a gas station that wasn't charging Interstate prices for a gallon of regular. Back on the ...

So...Yum..., Austin, United States travel blog

So...Yum...

A travel blog entry by malbet

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Well first of all just to show "y'all" that  we've not lapsed into a state of complete laziness, this shot was taken at sunRISE earlier this week. However to be fair we were up at that hour because Toad was going in for an engine tune, he's been ...

University of Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

University of Texas

A travel blog entry by richardgoodwin

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... just completed a two day Pre Departure Orientation at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. We learned about Egyptian history and culture, and helpful travel trips to get us started. The excitement ...

Keep Austin Weird, Austin, United States travel blog

Keep Austin Weird

A travel blog entry by marijka

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... already downloaded their latest CD from iTunes in preparation for my next long drive. Yeehah!  www.continentalclub.com/Austin.html  www.myspace.com/twohootsandaholler The Mexic-Arte Museum is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a ...

Cute!, Austin, United States travel blog

Cute!

A travel blog entry by angelaincanada

... So I usually choose Starbucks even though I don’t particularly like it. Coffee is a necessary part of my day. As I mentioned, Austin has a big partying scene, especially for the students, since it has a huge university right in the middle of it. And ...

The End, Austin, United States travel blog

The End

A travel blog entry by hagers

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... flight was bitter-sweet in many ways. We were to bask in the glow of such a wonderful trip for many days. Upon arrival in Austin we were greeted by our dear friend, Gwen Hoyt who drove our Highlander up to us. When we got home the house was ...

Blast off!, Austin, United States travel blog

Blast off!

A travel blog entry by pardonmyfrance

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It just got real. I'm sitting in the Austin airport writing to you all for the last time on American soil for about 7 months! I knew that the time before my departure would pass quickly, but I can't help feeling like I literally teleported to this ...

Happy birthday to America AND me!, Austin, United States travel blog

Happy birthday to America AND me!

A travel blog entry by milanluka

... the Future. Time flies eh! Thought it best to hit the road. Feeling awake enough I embarked on the massive journey to Austin. Honestly in hindsight I probably shouldnt have done it; not much sleep, long boring featureless road, next stop 10 hours ...

Road trip- Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Road trip- Austin

A travel blog entry by rchene4

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All Wrapped Up, Austin, United States travel blog

All Wrapped Up

A travel blog entry by dane

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I've waited so long to post because I've been thinking. I've also been reveling in Americana by eating, drinking and sleeping. But also thinking. I don't have a single, heart-wrenching story like the little puppet seller in Peru that can lead me to an ...

Day 4: Everything's Worse with Cheddar, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 4: Everything's Worse with Cheddar

A travel blog entry by cowboyup

... trailer allows us to do, is to have quick access via our bikes to downtown, to the festival, and to the bohemian center of Austin, the so-called South Congress area (which is where the trailer is). Our first foray into the DT area for this trip was to ...

Early Morning Departure, Austin, United States travel blog

Early Morning Departure

A travel blog entry by mnasf

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We had to get up at 4:00 CDT to make our flight at 6:00 am.  That's right 4:00 am in Austin is 2:00 am California time.  Everyone was a trooper and we made it to the airport fine.  Most of us slept on the plane. The hotel was nice ...

Start: Austin, TX, Austin, United States travel blog

Start: Austin, TX

A travel blog entry by txsooner

Austin, Texas 9 December ...

California Dreamin' Pre Trip, Austin, United States travel blog

California Dreamin' Pre Trip

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

Airline tickets are bought, so come October 22nd, we will be flying out to San Diego with the kids in tow.  San Diego is a city that I have longed to visit, with it's beautiful beaches, and perfect weather being a great backdrop for some time ...

Prologue - or How we got here, Austin, United States travel blog

Prologue - or How we got here

A travel blog entry by austxdan

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Chris and I were married on Cozumel island on May 20, 2000.  It makes the math easy to calculate which anniversary we are having.  For our first anniversary we went to Puerto Morelos and it seemed nice to come back to Mexico each year for our ...

Day18 – “Houston, We don`t have proble, Austin, United States travel blog

Day18 – “Houston, We don`t have proble

A travel blog entry by tampere-usa

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... more stuff to fill in the trunk. Also this idyllic village of Fayetteville was along our way. Not much more than that, here we are in Austin,TX. Just a side-note though, we went to buy a case-of-beer from the near-by supermarket, but we couldn`t get any, ...

Austin and Dallas, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin and Dallas

A travel blog entry by trent

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... it was the perfect excuse to get back into Austin! People came in from Houston and Dallas, and practically everyone I knew in Austin ventured out. So we partied and ate and laughed and drank and reminisced and had a fantastic time - thanks ...

SXSW, Austin, United States travel blog

SXSW

A travel blog entry by brians_trip

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... lucky to walk around and get a few pictures of SX and some of my favorite hangout spots in Austin, as well go to a night showing of EDM artists like Alex Metric, Disco Fries, Tommie Sunshine, and a few others. Austin is amazing and I will always love it. ...

Cowboys!!!, Austin, United States travel blog

Cowboys!!!

A travel blog entry by katie_garnham

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... have much to offer and with the cold spells of weather recently we were eager to get somewhere hot!!!   The weather is stunning, Austin is a fab city... it's so nice to be back in the real world and not national parks, dirt and dust!!!  The ...

Take-off from Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

Take-off from Texas

A travel blog entry by krupnicksgo

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... found running down by the courthouse...disaster averted!  We are staying with  Florence's family before we depart from Austin, Texas  for Bangalore, India on Wednesday, March 4, 2009.  The kids are roaming the range with cousins ...

phheww, Austin, United States travel blog

phheww

A travel blog entry by aldo80

Arrived in Austin around 10pm - 11pm. Over 24 hours after we left Memphis. Staying in a cheap hotel we found on priceline, 25 quid for the both of us a night so we are going to stay here for a few nights. Fiona went straight to her bed and I stayed ...

Day 1 - The Road to the 'Roo, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 1 - The Road to the 'Roo

A travel blog entry by austxdan

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... of our first visit to the Yucatan mainland state of Quintana Roo, city of Tulum.   We had a early flight out of Austin on Sunday morning, leaving around 6:50 am to connect through DFW.  Does anybody really know if you "have to" take your ...

Going Home, Austin, United States travel blog

Going Home

A travel blog entry by dane

Lindsey had a flight from Mexico City to Austin. Her professor's grant paid for it. I was planning a $100 bus ride from D.F. to San Antonio. But as mothers magically do, my Mom saved me. She, quite out of the blue, put $100 on my paypal account. This ...

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