Budget Inn Capitol

Address: 9106 N Interstate 35, Austin, Texas, 78753-4559, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Hamanakokanzanji Onsen area of Austin, is near Pioneer Farm, Halina European Skin Care, Capitol City Comedy Club, and Austin Art Space Gallery & Studios.
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Travel Blogs from Austin

Day 14: Don't mess with Texas

A travel blog entry by catblake34 on Sep 14, 2015

... As with all other gigs we had seen so far in the States, he played for an amazingly long time - he was still going strong three hours into the set! The evening also gave us the chance to interact with the locals...which, predictably, started with a normal conversation but swiftly descended into him telling us that it was our responsibility to protect our borders and that we should obtain guns to do ...

Austin: Keeping it Weird with Hipsters and Techies

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Jan 28, 2015

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... have a higher regard for Austin as a travel destination on its own merit. The workshop itself took me into a less touristy area of Austin, as we were at the J.J. Pickle Research Campus of the University of Texas at Austin. That gave me the opportunity to try the local craft beer at North by Northwest brewery an restaurant. Another highlight was the Italian banquet at Maggiano's - it's a lot of fun hearing stories from a table full ...

Austin Texas, Keeping It Batty In The Real World

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 04, 2014

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... around here anymore, or the good music either. It's all white boy blues. Stuff that SXSW wouldn't touch with a pole."

If there's anything that symbolises Austin envy, it's SXSW. The festival, which ran for the 28th time this past March, had managed to remain cool while becoming commercial (eat your heart out Byron Bay Blues Fest). What started out as a scruffy festival attended largely by college punks and die-hard music fans has grown to having a reputation ...

Texas, Thankfully by Name Alone

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Feb 28, 2014

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... we tried to find somewhere to eat we were overwhelmed by the options. Only having a short amount of time in Austin we did not want to make the wrong choice. As it turns out, we were not disappointed with a single one.
The next morning we prepared to spend the day hiking McKinney. Unfortunately Texas seemed to have over advertised the amount of trails there were, it only took us a few hours to hike the entire park. The park itself was pretty, ...


A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Sep 06, 2013

We arrived into Austin on the Amtrax train and were greeted by our second Couchsurfing host - We hadn't arranged to meet him there and his introduction was slightly odd - in that he started talking away to us as a stranger and after a few minutes he then told us who he was - this may have got us off on the wrong foot.

It was late in the evening and we decided to go for a beer - not before someone tried to rope us into buying them cocktails in the most expensive bar ...

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