La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Southwest at Mopac
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... geologists and feasting on fried zuchini and mushrrom stuffed ravioli.
After the workshop, I migrated closer to the downtown university campus to stay at Drifter Jack's Hostel. The welcoming staff member did a great job of pin-pointing all the places that I should check out, with a humourous description as to how the 6th street bars are divided into 2 sections - the hipster side and the wilder side where I might see ...
... of the hottest venues in Austin.
Morin Scott opened The Continental Club in 1957 as a private supper club and venue for big bands like Tommy Dorsey. It was believed to be the first venue in Travis County to sell liquor by the glass. In the 60s it was a titty bar. The venue changed hands in the 70s and that's when it became the legendary music venue that hosted the likes of ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Ely, and Junior Brown. It was retro fitted in the 80s and ...
... have spent an entire week at Craft Pride trying all of the incredible sounding beers only to return and have to try the new rotation of offerings. Some other standouts along the way were; Bangers Sausage House for brunch (also an incredible beer list), Easy Tiger for another great offering of craft beers, Torchy’s Tacos (the queso was better than the tacos), the great dive bar Jackalope, Mi Madres for some authentic Tex-Mex, Chicago House for even ...
... I would like to state we did not request him as a host - he contacted us!! )
Saturday morning we are brought to a couchsurfing meet up at a brewery open day. A group of CS hosts from Austin were meeting up here and hanging out for a while - 10$ for a pitcher and you can refill it 3 times. Here we met some cool lads who advised us on all the cool things to do in town and told us we could stay with them no hassle if we wanted too.
Then our host took us on a ...
... a few shops and came out with some sweet postcards. Late in the afternoon, we headed to the hotel to rest up and make some dinner. Our legs and backs were getting pretty sore after touring New Orleans and Austin.
Later that night we walked back to the main streets (mainly 6th street) for some entertainment. After some searching, we came across a small band playing in an empty bar. The guitarist's name was ...