Travel Blogs from Austin, United States

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Austin Day 1, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin Day 1

A travel blog entry by hayley2012

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Started the day by walking to the Austin Capitol Building.  Its really cold! Not at all what I was expecting from Texas!  Had a wonderful dinner at a mexican restaurant down on Rainey Street, which is apparently the 'new Sixth Street'. All ...

Susie-Q on Bar-B-Q, Austin, United States travel blog

Susie-Q on Bar-B-Q

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Every Tom, Dick and Susie-Q in Texas loves barbecue. I googled Austin Barbecue to get some ideas for at least one "authentic Texas" meal. The “10 Best” listed Salt Lick Barbecue http://www.saltlickbbq.com/ at the top. 30 minutes outside of ...

Texas : done., Austin, United States travel blog

Texas : done.

A travel blog entry by megbrodribb

... to Davy Crockett, and probably, if you're going to see one thing in Texas, it should be the Alamo. Then we continued on to Austin, where we checked into the hostel and then ad a few hours to wander around the city. And when I say wander, I do mean wander ...

meeting part 1, Austin, United States travel blog

meeting part 1

A travel blog entry by svelji

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Hey. I just got back from my meeting. We got our people to people shirt and also we got our group shirt which is representing our 2010 group!!! Also we got a lot of info which helps! Our flight leaves at 7:35pm and we have to be at the airport at 4:30pm. ...

Blah Blah Blah, Austin, United States travel blog

Blah Blah Blah

A travel blog entry by zmarv

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Things are going well. We are hammering out many of the finer details. But finer details do not start fires. Passion burns. I do not have passion. I am passion. I am burning. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ...

Named for Austin Texas in 1862, Austin Nevada, United States travel blog

Named for Austin Texas in 1862

A travel blog entry by lindemand

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Our intrepid travelers are making their way to Austin Nevada today, originally established to mine silver the community numbered more than 10,000 in the 1870's but today it is more like 400 souls.  Today the mines of Austin are quiet and this town is ...

The Surprise Trip ..., Austin, United States travel blog

The Surprise Trip ...

A travel blog entry by darnold

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... to drive to Houston for our international flight. We went to El Chile a great Mexican restaurant considering we wouldn’t have Austin’s specialty while in Greece. After dinner we noticed the fine mist was turning to snow – a very unusual ...

One year exactly heading home to start a real soli, Austin, United States travel blog

One year exactly heading home to start a real soli

A travel blog entry by aliza.aseltine

It's a new season. I'm starting a new school and living in a dorm environment. Currently I'm extremely sick no exaggerating. Once again on the greyhound home. Third sick greyhound rude experience.. Not cool. If I could unto thus trip I never would this ...

From a real ghost town to an almost ghost town, Austin, United States travel blog

From a real ghost town to an almost ghost town

A travel blog entry by k.f.ecclestone

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... the side of mountain, we were fairly sure that we were almost there as the mountain loomed ahead.  Somewhere I had read that Austin describes itself as a living ghost town; when you arrive (particularly in the dusk as we did), you can see why. ...

Mar 26, 2013, Austin, United States travel blog

Mar 26, 2013

A travel blog entry by txherrins

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