Village Motor Inn

Address: 3012 S. Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas, 78704, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Greater South River City area of Austin, is near South Congress Avenue, SoCo District, Uncommon Objects, and St. Edward's University.
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Travel Blogs from Austin

Howdy y'all!

A travel blog entry by sam.pinsak on Aug 02, 2014

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... area for that age group. One of my favorite things about Austin was that all of the restaurants were really quirky and had a lot of thought put into them. They all had their own little themes and the decor was spot on. I just thought it was really cool.
We went down to the Congress Avenue Bridge around 8:30pm to watch all of the bats fly out from underneath to feed. It was really hard to spot on camera, but it was really cool to watch ...

Ready to go!

A travel blog entry by mvala on Feb 27, 2014

... to dye my hair?" 2 hours later.."No, no time for that." I'm sure most of you have experienced the feeling of packing for an international trip. They consist of long check lists, overpacking then realizing half the stuff you really don't need so then another hour is wasted unpacking/reorganizing (Ok, maybe that's just me!). But then...the feelings of finally ...

Formula 1

A travel blog entry by jas20j on Nov 13, 2013

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... of Austin are currently a hive of activity with plenty of apartment construction. There is plenty of room for growth and the road and public systems are in place to cater for this. We headed into the downtown city area of Austin via the light rail system. We left the car at the Kramer station and with a $1.00 fare each, travelled the 25 minute journey.

The city is easy ...

The best thing since sliced Cinnabon

A travel blog entry by markturner on Apr 23, 2012

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... taking the winning score.

P. Terry’s was our next stop and our final meal in Austin, Texas. A burger bar made to show McDonalds that a burger could be made without it tasting like a soggy piece of cardboard and for a reasonable price. For $4.95 we got the classic Cheese Burger, fries and coke. The burger was scrumptious with fresh crunchy lettuce and a delicious angus patty with their special sauce. We went home with happy bellies and caught some ...

Lone Star

A travel blog entry by andrewandlizzie on Dec 16, 2011

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... t a great deal to see. We wandered down the
main streets and had a walk along by the river. Austin is renowned
for having 1.5 billion Mexican bats living in the Congress Avenue
Bridge. However, none of the bats were at home. Though we did manage
to spot a few turtles in the water on our River-walk. We stopped for
a bite to eat at TGI Fridays- which was surprisingly better than we
thought it would be. ...

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