Econo Lodge Austin

9102 Burnet Road, Austin, Texas, 78758, United States | 1 star hotel
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the North Burnet - Gateway area of Austin, is near Hill Country Flyer, Capitol City Comedy Club, Austin Art Space Gallery & Studios, and Clearwater Divers.
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Travel Blogs from Austin

Getting Ready and Getting Excited!

A travel blog entry by rmadventures on Jun 26, 2014

4 comments

... to Baltimore, 439 miles, 6h 55m

  • 7/8 Stay in Baltimore
  • 7/9 Drive from Baltimore to Atlantic City, NJ, 150 miles, 2h 34m
  • 7/10 Atlantic City
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  • 7/13 Drive from Atlantic City to Ballston Spa, NY. 292 mile, 4h 42m
  • 7/14 Ballston Spa
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  • The Lone Star State

    A travel blog entry by lounik on Jan 06, 2014

    52 photos

    ... see…

    It’s easy to deploy, easy to park, easy to set up and take down, easy to drive, easy to store..

    It's comfortable, functional, versatile, and fun.

    IT'S AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i'll ditto the "easy" the fact that i can still indulge in my bath (yes, i can seriously fit in the tub) has me pretty much sold :)
    ...

    Bat Out Of Hell

    A travel blog entry by dryreacher on Aug 28, 2013

    3 photos

    ... is overrun with live music, even on a week night; on the corners, in the supermarket, you name it. There is a strip south of town known as SoCo that is pretty cool and has a similar vibe to west hollywood but without the palm trees - some type of tree has returned however (have not seen many since leaving the coast). The daily tourist attraction occurs ...

    84. The Texas Alternative

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on May 05, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... Everything except a bloody 12-volt fridge. Oh well. Ice will have to do for now.

    We arrive late, to secure the very last spot in the popular McKinney Falls State Park. Waking up the next morning, I remember with some ounce of dread that it is my 27th birthday. After a slow start and a lovely birthday massage (thanks Blair), we head into the city and the feast to drown my sorrows begins.

    Starting in SoCo (meaning SOuth of COngress), ...

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

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Jan 23, 2013

    48 photos

    Leaving the excitement and rich history of New Orleans behind, we drove through western Louisiana, getting a passing glance at Baton Rouge, which looked to be very industrial (and frankly, kind of ugly, compared to my mental image of it).

    Then we landed in Kinder, Louisiana, which is halfway between Lafayette and Lake Charles. We purposefully chose a small town to camp in, looking for some peace and quiet, and if we were lucky, the chance to rub elbows with ...