Travel Blogs from Austin, United States

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LSCOL Day 7 - Salado to Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

LSCOL Day 7 - Salado to Austin

A travel blog entry by cindysellsjohns

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... time to ride our bikes all the way to our event in Austin.  They drove us to the Jack and Adam's Bike Shop in Austin where James Balentine works.  James was our bike mechanic on Saturday and Sunday and has been the bike mechanic on all 12 LSCOL ...

Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin

A travel blog entry by shanifer

... it was probably Shane's crazy hair).  After driving through flat, tree-less landscapes all day, it was wonderful to arrive in Austin, a place booming with many richly green trees, and colorful flowers... and sky scrapers.  So far we've just hung ...

Leaving ATX, Austin, United States travel blog

Leaving ATX

A travel blog entry by gringowithdrawl

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... have them pack your furniture along with all of your boxes, and start packing up each room at a time.  We planned on leaving Austin around lunch time and didn't leave until 9:30pm Friday evening.  We told the Larders we'd be on the road by 6 ...

Ausitn, Austin, United States travel blog

Ausitn

A travel blog entry by paulandjodie

Austin ...

Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin

A travel blog entry by abimartin

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... spent 15 hours getting over to San Antonio where we then waited 7 hours in the train station overnight and finally caught the train to Austin. When we arrived it was pretty hot which was nice and we found a whole foods to sit outside and kill a few hours ...

Enjoying the greatest city, Austin, United States travel blog

Enjoying the greatest city

A travel blog entry by jess84

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... and all the immigrants...wow. We went out later and chilled at the new bar SIX which was opened by Lance Armstrong, the Tour the France winner....itīs a neat place and matches the Austin Bar atmosphere...and I can tell everyone: Hey, I've been ...

Yeehaw...in Texas, Austin, United States travel blog

Yeehaw...in Texas

A travel blog entry by jess84

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... overwhelming....anyway...got to hang out with Mike in the evening...we went to Chuys...supposingly Lance Armstrongs favorite restaurant here in Austin...the serve great Mexican food...but the paperthin tortilla chips are the best...especially with ...

Welcome To The Tenth Annual ACL, Austin, United States travel blog

Welcome To The Tenth Annual ACL

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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... ;re in-tact.  Three o’clock rolled around and it was time to head off in search of the sights and sounds of Austin City Limits, the festival I was in Texas to see: a skip back to the house stunted our departure a little as I’d forgotten ...

Saturday Night Fever meets Halloween, Austin, United States travel blog

Saturday Night Fever meets Halloween

A travel blog entry by jess84

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... hot!! So we really had a blast at this Party. Mike came too...but I canīt really clarify his costume. Something between Austin Powers and I don't exactly know. Man, it was funny...we took like 120 pics...that was insane. We headed direction ...

Austin - Tag 1/4 (prov. Titel), Austin, United States travel blog

Austin - Tag 1/4 (prov. Titel)

A travel blog entry by hoxito

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Austin - Tag 2/4 (prov. Titel), Austin, United States travel blog

Austin - Tag 2/4 (prov. Titel)

A travel blog entry by hoxito

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The last couple of days, Austin, United States travel blog

The last couple of days

A travel blog entry by jess84

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... going on...I was really exhausted but then I took all my energy and decided to go out on 6th street...the party street of Austin. I almost got arrested from the policeman who already gave me the speeding ticket last year. I was kinda funny - I think that ...

End of the Road, Austin, United States travel blog

End of the Road

A travel blog entry by dane

Ed and I parted ways in Austin. There were more than a few tears and some friendly over the sweater petting. It was nice. So I finally saw the U.S. Of course, there's always more to see. But I had now been to 43 states and visited a number of the ...

Friday in Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Friday in Austin

A travel blog entry by jess84

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... definite because we had no idea what we were drinking...it was time to hit the sack. Actually not quite but the bars in the Austin close by 2:00am and they don't give you any alcohol anymore...so we decided to move to the next place...we took a cab later ...

More about Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

More about Austin

A travel blog entry by silveiran

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... never heard the phrase "farm to table"  used more liberally than here. I know what you're asking was the term coined in Austin?  I was equally suspicious but can't find any evidence.           The largest Whole Food ...

A night on 6th street, Austin, United States travel blog

A night on 6th street

A travel blog entry by shanifer

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... , and took it all in.  Then Shane got a call from Mike Wyatt (who's from Boston), and Mike said he had just arrived in Austin, was driving down 6th street, and one of the first things he saw was Shane's hair boppin' down the street (and neither of us ...

Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin

A travel blog entry by silveiran

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  Every Mar-Nov almost 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats migrate to their summer home under the Austin Congress Bridge.  For all the bat details and their fascinating story go to: http://www.batsinaustin.com/  What no one has been able ...

Texas times, Austin, United States travel blog

Texas times

A travel blog entry by vildsak

... accent wherever I go and eating a lot of unhealthy food such as bbqs, fries and peanut butter covered in chocolate. The city of Austin, where I have been for almost two days now, is really cute as well as cool because there is a nice mix of live music ...

Texas continues, Austin, United States travel blog

Texas continues

A travel blog entry by silveiran

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 Everything in Texas is truly bigger even the road ...

Somethings about Austin, Austin, United States travel blog

Somethings about Austin

A travel blog entry by silveiran

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... 's official motto is the "Live Music Capital of the World".  Every night over one hundred venues stage live music   Austin loves food trucks!!  They prove it in quantity and diversity. There might even be more trucks than live bands. ...

Back in the ATX and final sign-off, Austin, United States travel blog

Back in the ATX and final sign-off

A travel blog entry by gringowithdrawl

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... or at a seedy hotel. We drove into Austin on August 28 after being gone since October 3 of the previous year.  The Austin skyline had changed quite dramatically in a year as we drove down Interstate 35.  We spent a few nights at our ...

Passport nightmare, Austin, United States travel blog

Passport nightmare

A travel blog entry by tdennissteel

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I was entering the information for my etickets the night before the trip and discovered that my passport was expired.  We had to drive all night to Houston to retrieve a new passport.  We did make our flight in time but no sleep.  I ...

Returning Home!, Austin, United States travel blog

Returning Home!

A travel blog entry by lonestar

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Keep Austin Weird, Austin, United States travel blog

Keep Austin Weird

A travel blog entry by iantrickett

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... bars and a big college scene. The town has strong links to alternative culture and live music festivals. The town motto is "Keep Austin Weird". 

 We had another friend, Joe, fly out from NYC and join us in Austin for the rest of the road ...

Made it to Minnesota, Austin, United States travel blog

Made it to Minnesota

A travel blog entry by zonas

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... lush green, very different from the western ranches we saw. In Minnesota we saw a lot of the power generating windmills, they are so huge! Arrived at the Yogi Bear campground in Austin, mn, did some laundry, and then had fun!! On to Wisconsin ...

Cowboys and cowgals, Austin, United States travel blog

Cowboys and cowgals

A travel blog entry by bekandjesse

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... Not to mention the world’s first photograph and a rare copy of the first book ever printed – the Gutenberg bible. Austin was a diverse and interesting place, we enjoyed our leisurely time there, being able to take things in and enjoy ...

Leaving for New York, Austin, United States travel blog

Leaving for New York

A travel blog entry by chuckonearth

I'm leaving Austin and I'm driving up through Ann Arbor on my way to New York. 30 hour drive, ...

Texas, USA - 05, Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio, United States travel blog

Texas, USA - 05

A travel blog entry by shaun_and_leah

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... that had escaped us during our South and Central American adventures. After Dallas we basically headed south - to places like Austin, San Antonio, Gruene, Fredericksburg, Johnson City etc. We could go on forever but here is a quick overview of what we ...

Day 5 Brian's Awareness Tour, Austin, United States travel blog

Day 5 Brian's Awareness Tour

A travel blog entry by briansmith16

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... 50 the loneliest road in America and I think they got that right. Nothing too exciting today. I made 2 hill climbs to get to Austin. I actually rode about 4 miles past Austin because I wanted to get past Austin Summit before I ended the day. I found out ...

Austin, more of a night spot!!!, Austin, United States travel blog

Austin, more of a night spot!!!

A travel blog entry by bellethorpe

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... city on the bus and start with the walking around so we could try and cool off at the natural springs in the afternoon.  Austin, despite its size is actually quite easy to get around and the day we were there had very little traffic and it only took ...

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