Bel-Air Motel

Address: 3412 S. Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas, 78704, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, 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

Austin: Keeping it Weird with Hipsters and Techies

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on Jan 28, 2015

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... We met for our first drink at Keybar in a section of 6th street that seems to cater to the after work crowd. It has an extensive outside patio, complete with large fire pits that while nice also seemed a little wasteful and demonstrative of Texas' oil and gas industry. We then headed for the hipster section of 6th, where we had local brews at Violet Crown Social Club and the Yellow Jacket Social Club (loved the vibe here). Carrying ...

Austin Texas, Keeping It Batty In The Real World

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Aug 04, 2014

31 photos

... not just at sunset, these bats don't **** around, they are 24/7 bats. Same thing in Sydney Domain, bats, bats, bats, so many you don't even notice them. Maybe that's why there's such a lack of bat exploitation vis-a-vis the Sydney variety. But Sydney bats are not only huge they have big goggly brown eyes which has marketing potential. The Austin bats are butt ugly, not dissimilar to emphysemic pugs with wings. Still, they did not seem perturbed by their short-comings. ...

Texas, Thankfully by Name Alone

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Feb 28, 2014

27 photos

... we ate there and then headed back to the campsite for the evening.
Here is where I break to explain how blown away I was by the number of food trucks there are in Austin. I know that Austin is unofficially known as the food truck capital of the world but the description does not fully describe just how many there are. There were clusters of four or five trucks on every block, sometimes multiple clusters, offereing what ever type of food you could ...

Lunch in Palestine, TX

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 19, 2013

3 comments, 7 photos

... and Gerry, born and brought up bilingual in Uruguay of British ancestry and then turned loose on the world. In addition to translation work he writes short features every month for a newsletter in Uruguay, which I was familiar with. We shared our experiences growing up in Montevideo and then leaving. Different in detail, similar in broad strokes. How interesting to be able to have dinner with a stranger in a strange land, and quickly feel so at home. ...

Everything's bigger in Texas

A travel blog entry by tomgreen on Jul 08, 2013

... made us all want to go back to Uni! After the tour we headed to Barton Springs which is a public swimming pool, but the water comes from a natural spring. As a result, it is very cold, and there are rocks, kelp and fish swimming around too. Very refreshing. Dinner was at a BBQ joint which had its own brewery on site, so we sampled some of the local stuff and ate some tender brisket! Yum! Back to camp and bed ...

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