Residence Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum

Address: 3713 Tudor Boulevard, Austin, Texas, 78759, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 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 Austin Theatre for Youth.
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      Austin Texas, Keeping It Batty In The Real World

      A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 04, 2014

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      ... at "Threadgills" for dinner. The namesake of this establishment mentored Janis Joplin once upon a time. There are photos, lots of them. Gram Parsons is there, Gerry Garcia, Frank Zappa was a regular also. He liked the Mississippi catfish, so on his recommendation I gave it a whirl. For a bottom feeder, done Cajun style, that was a tasty dish to exit Austin with.

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      Texas, Thankfully by Name Alone

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      ... 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 ...

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      A travel blog entry by tomgreen on Jul 07, 2013

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      A 5 hour drive from Louisiana took us over the Texan border and eventually to our camp site in Austin. On crossing the border we stopped for photos next to the 'Welcome to Texas' sign. Murray had just one the first set of the Wimbledon final so we had a photo with the Union Flag to show our support. Back in the car we quickly fell asleep, and awoke to the news Murray had won Wimbledon! Must have been our photo. ...

      There's No Place Like Home

      A travel blog entry by elk_oil on May 02, 2012

      1 comment

      ... on the grill Leslie brought over. We had a lot of laughs and clowned around in the water until it got dark. Then Kathy and I retired to the camper, cranked the air conditioning and slept well. The next day the movers would arrive. Let's just hope they're better than the last crew.

      Maybe it was because we had been anticipating this move for so long, or maybe it was because my family was so giving with their time and efforts over the months ...