Hilton Garden Inn Austin North

Address: 12400 North IH-35 Building C, Austin, Texas, 78753, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Park Central area of Austin, is near Pioneer Farm, Hill Country Flyer, Run-Tex, and Capitol City Comedy Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Austin

    Time to get off the wild roller-coaster...

    A travel blog entry by rene77 on May 21, 2015

    239 photos

    ... brought me an “Ontbijtkoek” from Holland after their recent visit – yum!

    On the 1st February we saw “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway. It’s one of the highest rated shows but we didn’t love it. Still it’s another thing ticked off the bucket list!

    On February 8th I flew to Detroit. I met Matt who was already there and we headed to an Airbnb place in the city. The next morning we got the bus to Ann ...

    Austin: Bbq's and music

    A travel blog entry by reids on Oct 07, 2014

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    We arrived quite late in Austin to the Marriott South since we had to connect through Dallas and, tired from all the travelling, we headed to the restaurant in the hotel for what turned out to be a very nice meal.

    Turning in early allowed us to make it quite early (meaning by 2pm) to the Austin City Limits Music Festival, where the headliner for the day would be Pearl Jam. It turned out to be a scorcher, with us moving from stage to stage to discover the next great ...

    Building a Marvel

    A travel blog entry by txherrins on May 27, 2014

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    The Columbia River Gorge is 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep. It cuts the only sea-level route through the Cascade Mountains. The construction of the Columbia River Highway began in 1913 and was considered one of the greatest engineering feats of the modern age. Samuel C. Lancaster was the engineer, and he did not want to destroy the grandeur of the gorge. ...

    Keep Austin Wierd

    A travel blog entry by c895868 on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... the hell they were talking about here as it certainly wasn't apparent where or what was weird about Austin. Anyway we were hopeful that the duck tour would enlighten us. We then approached the awaiting bus and were accosted by a Willie Nelson look-a-like, who turned out to be our bus driver and guide.

    I reckon this bloke had a fascination for Willie Nelson and Stevie Ray Vaughan because he kept talking about them both for the whole trip. That aside, ...

    Gotham City

    A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 09, 2013

    63 photos

    ... A copperhead swam up towards a moss-covered rock, discovering after many failed attempts that it was too slick to climb. Silly snake. He must have exhausted himself and wrapped up beneath a fern for some shade. I scampered along the canyon-side to a good little bouldering spot to tear up my fingers for an hour. I sherpa'd back up the canyon and threw on my helmet for a little mountain biking.

    Quartzite rocks protruded through the cracked turtleshell ...