Residence Inn Austin South
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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We rolled in to Austin early evening and set up camp while Kaitlin picked up our brisket dinner, which was absolutely delicious! BBQ brisket with coleslaw, bread and salad...Texas style! After dinner we headed in to town to watch the largest suburban colony of Mexican free tail bats fly out for the night. I was hoping that they would head over to our camp to feast on the Mosquitos over there as I was starting to look like a dot to ...
... to the Jackalope for their Wednesday BOGO free burger night only to discover that the menu changes once SXSW rolls around so even though it was the week before they had already rolled out the special menu and BOGO burgers were not included. The burger we got was still delicious, I thought it definitely deserved its Best of Austin awards, perfectly seasoned and cooked to a medium well with homemade dressing and flavorful veggies. After dinner we returned to ...
... was huge, row after row of good ol Texas cowboy boots as minimalist or intricately detailed as you like, & the smell of all that leather, amazing!! And of course in true hipster style there were plenty of skinny jeans & beards. We then made the short walk over the bridge into downtown Austin. Covering about six blocks was the Austin Fan Fest set up for the Formula1 fans, lots of stalls of F1 gear & promotional stands of the sponsors, ...
... everywhere and shops advertising that Austin needs to stay crazy!! Is that because this place is full of students? Or is it that Austin is known for live music. Apparently they have the most amount of live music played anywhere in the world, every night!
We witnessed some of this live music over in the Park. Without realising it we had gone into Austin city on the Wednesday night, Blues in the park night. Every Wednesday night over summer the city puts on a ...
... which is so popular here and we soon discovered sooo delicious and cheap also! Megan was so happy they had cider as it had been quite some time, while Rowan sampled some Texas beers. We then moved on to a place called easy tiger where we met a group of Americans, one of them being part of the live act about to play. He was the violin player and they were so good, even though it wasn't our type of music it was still amazing to see. They played covers of songs but there was only ...