Travel Blogs from Austin, United States

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Most Updated Itinerary, Austin, United States travel blog

Most Updated Itinerary

A travel blog entry by prfoley

... : Boeing 737-800 Depart: Hanoi at 8:35AM Arrive: Beijing Capital Apt 05-Jul-09 at 2:50PM Wednesday 15-Jul-09 Air United Airlines. Flight: UA888 Aircraft: Boeing 777 Depart: Beijing Capital Apt at 12:00PM Arrive: San Francisco Intl Apt 15-Jul-09 ...

mah first  time in texas, Austin, United States travel blog

mah first time in texas

A travel blog entry by siue

... again: if you don't know have the curtesy of going to another person's site. This isn't for the public. So I went to Austin for the Association of Moving Image Archivists conference. I didn't want to go but I was sitting on the panel for Archiving ...

Places to stay!, Austin, United States travel blog

Places to stay!

A travel blog entry by vivaciousbrandi

... hosts, I very much look forward to meeting you! In other official news, yesterday was my last day of work at Austin BodyWorks (www.austinbodyworks.com). I've been with the company since before they opened their doors, and it was certainly sad to say ...

Weekend Orientation Program, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Austin, United States travel blog

Weekend Orientation Program

A travel blog entry by barbyoung22

What a great two days we all spent in Austin--meeting each other and learning more about the trip to Egypt. Both Chris and Kamran were awesome. They willingly shared their knowledge and personal anecdotes about the Middle East. The lectures were so ...

Cheer Up, Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Cheer Up, Austin

A travel blog entry by nearhelsinki

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... a kind, that Kuntz; he hates this nickname.             We get into Austin rather late and pull immediately to the house of a mutual friend, that of Andriod, named Anon while blaring through a version ...

Texas, Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

Texas, Texas

A travel blog entry by bhuvaneshwari

... essen gegangen, das jeden Vegetarier in Traenen ausbrechen lassen haette. Das Barbeque-Restaurant befindet sich ausserhalb von Austin im Niemandsland - nur Staub, Hitze, zirpende Grillen und der Geruch von Gegrilltem. Nun, Niemandsland stimmt nicht ganz, ...

Getting ready!, Austin, United States travel blog

Getting ready!

A travel blog entry by afrikanya

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... - I'm trying to carry just my big backpack and my small daypack- we'll see if I can do it!!  Doing all the austin stuff that I'll miss- especially eating tex mex and hanging out with friends/ family.  Cooking a lot.  Hoping that my school ...

Some good online resources for Thailand, Austin, United States travel blog

Some good online resources for Thailand

A travel blog entry by mizmelodia

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I have been spending alot of time doing research about Thailand and these are my favorite sites so far.  The first one, http://www.learningthai.com has really good and simple lessons with audio.  The next one; http://www.gorsworld.com is from ...

Getting closer . . ., Austin, United States travel blog

Getting closer . . .

A travel blog entry by hilaryad

... ;scout thing. I think I'll be okay. Along with my trip preparation I have been hanging out with friends doing some great "Austin" things before I leave. And several of them have been firsts. One of the many things I love about this city -- even ...

Boobies!!, Austin, United States travel blog

Boobies!!

A travel blog entry by nearhelsinki

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... I might make it to my grandfather’s eightieth birthday celebration on the 28th (Happy Birthday, Grandpa Bernie!).  So from Austin, it’s our intention to see the only other liberal city in Texas (supposedly), though I feel an urge to ...

A month with Eliot, Austin, United States travel blog

A month with Eliot

A travel blog entry by rutgervd

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... down on the middle pillar and had the train roll over us while we were under the track.   I must say I absolutely loved Austin, there are many liberal-thinking students, which gives the city a very relaxed vibe, there is live music everywhere and ...

We'll be back!, Austin, United States travel blog

We'll be back!

A travel blog entry by nicandjessica

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... Yesterday we did a lot more walking, and saw the thing we missed the day before. We wanted to see the park where they have the Austin City Limits Music Fest, we were able to find it but they are refurbishing the lawn so we were unable to see it. ...

Home of electric rock, Austin, United States travel blog

Home of electric rock

A travel blog entry by aldo80

Still alive, will update this ...

Home of electric rock, Austin, United States travel blog

Home of electric rock

A travel blog entry by aldo80

Still alive, will update this ...

Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin

A travel blog entry by zoeh

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Today has been a glorious day.  Apparently all the humidity yesterday was on account on a storm blowing in, because today we woke up to absolutely perfect weather.  It was low 80s and sunny, with a light breeze and just enough humidity to keep ...

Too Many Animals, Austin, United States travel blog

Too Many Animals

A travel blog entry by jstephensca

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... to look at. For the last few hours there was a heavy mist, and in some sections the road was damp as I approached Austin. I checked into another Motel 6 and went to a recommended Mexican diner that was less than good. As of right now the plan is to ...

Honky tonk heaven, Austin, United States travel blog

Honky tonk heaven

A travel blog entry by rachandstu

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... largest after Washington DC and can be seen all the way along Congress Avenue which passes through the centre of downtown Austin. After a delicious sandwich which was possibly the first unprocessed meal we’ve had here (thank you Caffeine on ...

EVERYTHING Is Bigger In Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

EVERYTHING Is Bigger In Texas

A travel blog entry by sophiegrimm

... Austin as well for music gigs and whatnot (At least the Italian Men and Connor Guitar Boy) and that reassured us somewhat that Austin couldn't be that bad.  Oh, and we forgot to mention that we had ALMOST recruited Leah on this trip as well until ...

Less than 2 weeks to go..., Austin, United States travel blog

Less than 2 weeks to go...

A travel blog entry by vivaciousbrandi

Less than 2 weeks 'till departure and things are falling into place. I have a job interview on Aug 15 in London with Steiner to work as a massage therapist on a cruise ship. I sold my dryer and massage chair yesterday which means my only remaining ...

Kentucky - Whiskey Horse and baseball bats, Kentucky, United States travel blog

Kentucky - Whiskey Horse and baseball bats

A travel blog entry by skcoll

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Day 337 Sunday 02/10/05 Mursfreeboro - Bowling Green We find out that a local town has a Highland Games - so we head North at speed. It's about 3 hours to our destination - Mammoth Caves. At 356 surveyed miles it's the longest cave system in the ...

Junction to Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Junction to Austin

A travel blog entry by zoeh

... really, really good.  Unfortunately we didn't have room for the peach cobbler. After lunch we went to explore the UT-Austin campus.  It was a beautiful campus, full of grand hacienda-style buildings and large trees.  It was one of the ...

Keep Austin Weird, Austin, United States travel blog

Keep Austin Weird

A travel blog entry by zoestephen

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... items we both coveted. For foodies, it is Asgard. Well, the computer is about to die so unfortunately, I must sign off. Austin has been wonderful and fully lives up to its exalted reputation. We're off to Big Bend National Park. Upcoming ...

packing list, Austin, United States travel blog

packing list

A travel blog entry by austinboston

backpacks Erin - Toploading Osprey Ariel 55 Brian - XL Dana Design Arc Active w/ zipoff daypack Expandable rucksack Compression sack Compression straps - 5   sleeping gear Erin - Down 3 season Cats Meow, North Face  Brian - Synthetic 3 Season ...

Donate to a good cause  = ), Austin, United States travel blog

Donate to a good cause = )

A travel blog entry by vivaciousbrandi

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Hello readers, friends, family, and other curious folks! If you have been wondering what you can do to help me out, I now have an answer: donate to support my travels! I now have a secure Paypal donation button that enables you (the kind and generous ...

Austin Bound, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin Bound

A travel blog entry by adeline

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... town for cattle merchants etc and became known as cowtown! We take a quick drive tour of Fort Worth down town before our 3 hour drive to Austin. In Austin we do a little electronic shopping in Best buy before finding a cheap motel (only ...

Rednecks & Fainting In The State Capitol, Austin, United States travel blog

Rednecks & Fainting In The State Capitol

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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My first lesson of the day in Texas was that the term 'Redneck' isn’t offensive, and that those who the three of us might refer to as such wouldn’t realise the many connotations of the word outside of America; I wonder if they’d even ...

To Stay On Track: Never Eat Shredded Wheat, Austin, United States travel blog

To Stay On Track: Never Eat Shredded Wheat

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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... with a constant water-torture drip cascading down my chin as I did so, because of the unbearably humid temperature; you sweat so much in Austin that all your food ends up salty, whether you want it to or not.  I arrived in a boutique to see a duo ...

San Antonio, Austin Texas, United States travel blog

San Antonio

A travel blog entry by artell

... everything is even cheaper, no tax!! Picked up the bike on our way back, $444.00 for two tyres, now riding through the heart of Austin in peak hour traffic in 100 F heat.  Lost my guide in the middle of the city but managed to beat them home by only ...

Do you know how much shampoo you use in a month?, Austin, United States travel blog

Do you know how much shampoo you use in a month?

A travel blog entry by hilaryad

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Many of you I have seen recently, but for those I haven't seen in a while - my hair has gotten long, really long. I think it may be past the middle of my back, but since I can't see back there easily I'm not 100% sure. I have been "growing it out" for a ...

Thursday March 15, 2007, Austin, United States travel blog

Thursday March 15, 2007

A travel blog entry by trialsrider

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... never seen him. We went back outside and it was probably about this time we saw James "Big Boy" Medlin, screenwriter, ex-Austin Sun columnist, and former softball teammate of Doug Sahm in the crowd. Stuart Braithwaite of the band Mogwai played next. I ...

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