Cassie'S Cottage

1121 Gillespie Pl., Austin, Texas, 78704, United States | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the Greater South River City area of Austin, is near Uncommon Objects, Lone Star River Boat, Zilker Playground, and St. Edward's University.
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Travel Blogs from Austin

Back in the US

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Jun 13, 2014

... Kim's push bikes the next day and drove around the river and across downtown. It was so hot and sweaty we were pleased to make it back to Kim's. It was so cool seeing everyone paddling down the river, people exercising and just everyone out and about enjoying the city on a week day. We did some rough planning of our roadtrip ahead. I also heard back from a job application. I contacted a lady from ...

To do or not to do

A travel blog entry by ocohen on Jan 09, 2014

... re not getting it the way you want to, let me know
that, too.



We leave next Wednesday –anti-malarials start on
Saturday. 2 weeks inMyanmar/ Burma, a few days in Cambodia,
then almost 2 full weeks in Vietnam.




So the trip’s getting close, and I’m already learning.



One of the things I love about travel is that it ...

Gotham City

A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 09, 2013

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... dodging pedestrians and puppies alike. It seemed as if the entire city was funneling into Zilker Park. We locked up our bikes and began searching for Luke's friends from work who supplied us with infallible directions..."We're underneath Scooby-Doo on a stick." First things first: We unrolled the blanket of blankets. The plushest of leopard-skin throws. Barefoot frisbee ended abruptly after an errant throw into the neck of an unexpecting fellow waiting in line for his ...

Hello, Mr. President

A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713 on May 09, 2013

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... from a co-worker (thanks Matt!) where there's a nightly ritual of a bat emergence from under the bridge. And bats there were. We waited maybe 45 minutes right before sunset, and then out they came. Not a few bats, but in excess of one million. They came out from under the bridge in droves for a good 20 minutes....quite a remarkable sight.

After that, Mexican dinner (yay!) for our 10 year anniversary, and then back to camp.
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Day 24

A travel blog entry by glenjlittle on Feb 21, 2013

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Today was another one of those days. A 275 mile journey followed by a couple of hours to chill out in the hotel before going to the venue for tonight's show. Tonight was the first time I had played in a arena instead of a theatre, think the band did one before while I was still back in the UK. The arena was the home of Austin ...