La Quinta Inn Austin Oltorf

1603 E Oltorf Blvd, Austin, Texas, 78741, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the East Riverside - Oltorf area of Austin, is near Town Lake Hike-and-Bike Trail, Uncommon Objects, Lone Star River Boat, and St. Edward's University.
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    Travel Blogs from Austin

    Getting Ready and Getting Excited!

    A travel blog entry by rmadventures on Jun 26, 2014

    4 comments

    ... to Austin. 587 miles, 9h 2m
    Now we just have to wait 6 more days, and pack, probably run a bazillion errands! But it's almost here and we're so excited not only for the trip but see so many friends and family we haven't seen in years!

    I have the travelpod app on my phone so I'm hoping to keep this blog up to date with our adventure even if it's just short updates and iphone pics!

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    Hitchhikers story: Orlando- Austin

    A travel blog entry by trackingdj on Jan 01, 2014

    1 comment

    ... tired. Roy drove for about 5 hours giving the driver time to nap before they switched back. As they crossed into new Mexico the driver was going over the speed limit and before long they found a cop pulling them over. The driver pulled over, but slowly began to flip ****.  He answered the cops questions, but not without more and more suspicion rising with each question. Finally the cop believed he had probable cause and asked Roy and the driver to step out of ...

    Back Home, Austin

    A travel blog entry by e-gill on Aug 28, 2013

    ... that I did it alone and still had such an incredible time! I actually prefer to travel alone at the moment, something I didn't think would happen. In all, it was an incredible journey that took me places and taught me things I couldn't have imagined. I wouldn't trade this experience for anything.

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    84. The Texas Alternative

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on May 05, 2013

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... we only spent about $40 on stuff for dinner and carried it down to the South Congress Ave bridge for sunset.

    About ten minutes after the sun sets, there is a flurry of activity under the bridge, as 1.5 million bats take flight and head off in the search of their nightly feed. Although the bats are still small and grey this time of year, it was quite the spectacle to behold, as they wove a trail of black across the darkening sky. You could hear their wings ...

    Deep In The Heart, Part 1: East and Central Texas

    A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Jan 23, 2013

    48 photos

    ... downside to the experience for me was that the walkway itself is very narrow, and you can't really just stop and enjoy hanging out without getting in someone's way. It seems like the whole walk was built to have you either keep moving, or spending money at a restaurant or shop. I'm sure that's what they had in mind, but it would have been cool for it to be a little more relaxed and not so focused on having you spend money.

    Comparing Austin and San Antonio, ...