The Quarters at Hardin House

2206 Rio Grande , Austin, Texas, 78705, United States | Hotel
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Wildlife living in a city centre.

A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 05, 2014

... us both though it. Well, this was more for my benefit as it was my first tattoo (sorry dad). We had the idea of getting Suzanne the van tattooed on us with the word 'Wanderlust' coming out of the exhaust. This means desire to travel so we thought it was really appropriate. A few hours later and we both had tattoos! Mine is on my ribs and Jenny's on her ankle. I am so excited, the tattoo is amazing and I really feel that it has made my roadtrip experience even ...

New Orleans

A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 26, 2013

... buried, Jackson Park with the statue of Louis Armstrong, crossed the river in a free ferry and walked around the historical and very cute place of Algiers and returned to Bourbon street with its street performers and more or less seedy clubs, bars and music places. A drink in a nice posh bar called 'Patrick's bar et vin' and tried to have a hamburger in a bar where Patrick could not produce a valid id and we therefore had to leave. Boys desperate to try its peanut butter ...

Gotham City

A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 09, 2013

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... and smiling thinking of the next return. Singing Jimi's "Bold as Love" all the way to Hospira.

Hospira and Hopdoddy
Don't where bathing suits on corporate property. As the acclaimed home of the local-food movement, one of Austin's best burger joints, Hopdoddy, provides all local grassfed meat and produce. I had the Ahi Tuna and Luke the PrimeTime, which boasts Texas grassland-raised Akaushi beef. You know the "close-your-eyes-and-smile" reaction? ...

LBJ Library and the Texas State Capitol Building

A travel blog entry by abbyshack on May 04, 2013

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... and intimidating.

There was a special exhibit of award winning and famous photos not just of LBJ, but he and Kennedy were the main subjects. You left with a definite impression that he was worn down by the job almost from the very beginning. Starting with Kennedy's assassination, the exhibits covered the Vietnam war, his social projects, the ...

Winter Nature in Texas

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jan 18, 2013

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... things on a list in a random manner, I title the lists by category: essentials, life would be nice with these, bedroom/closet, kitchen, living room, bathroom and fill in the items in the appropriate category. Maybe this is overkill but it sure does help me since we pack over a period of time and not just on one day.

We had friends that were going to visit the weekend before but one got sick, and the others decided the weather was looking kind of ...

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