Bridgestreet Estate on Quarry Lake

4600 Seton Center Pkwy, Austin, Texas, 78759, United States | Condo
 

Travel Blogs from Austin

FLY THE FRIENDLY SKIES – OOPS OF SOUTHWEST

A travel blog entry by jldavol

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... because we did not have to deal with a strong sun hitting them and an earlier shower made the roses pop with drops on the petals. Car #2 followed the rules and we never saw them but I understand their “navigator” led them on a one way street the wrong way, and had a “deer in the headlight” sighting and a verbal “sh—“ as they learned the streets of downtown Portland.



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The Lone Star State

A travel blog entry by lounik

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... end of the week..
even this development did not sour our moods.. we've learned it's par for the course..


not sure how to explain it.. but the truck camper just felt right :)

..even domi seemed to like it and refrained from giving
it the anticipated christening





A Note from Luis:
Whilst we ...

To 6th street & beyond

A travel blog entry by bobby8614

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... settle in the glass here, great food & atmosphere. Then I headed back to the hostel whe I sat in the afternoonsun with the guys drinking a few beers by the lake. The next day the 2 Scottish lads checked out & so I went with the 2 English guys to Barton springs for the day. It's a natural spring that they have turned into a swimming pool - I won't lie it is cold but so refreshing especially in the Xan heat!! In the early evening I ...

The left part of Texas

A travel blog entry by pete11

... turning the mundane into something quite special (pic). After dinner it was time to explore the rest of Austin nightlife. Second street is a surreally impersonal corridor where the "privileged" young folks can get valet parking outside their clubs. Nothing for me there. Red River Street had music, but it was all metal of the growly screechy variety that didn't suit my mood. Rainey Street was a ...

Deep In The Heart, Part 1: East and Central Texas

A travel blog entry by chadhanson

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... we liked Austin a lot better. It has a quirky vibe to it and more space to hang out and enjoy your time. San Antonio seemed to be equal parts 1) typical big city, 2) theme park, and 3) River Walk geared to get tourists to open wallets.

Overall, we really enjoyed our time in Eastern and Central Texas. Stay tuned for our next entry, in which you'll hear all about Lajitas, Texas, the Rio Grande, border patrols, Bid Bend National Park, and the beer-drinking goat mayor!
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Location

This condo, located in the Northwest Austin area of Austin, is near Hill Country Flyer, Capitol City Comedy Club, Austin Art Space Gallery & Studios, and Clearwater Divers.
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