Live Oak Inn

Address: 2900 S. Congress Ave., 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 SoCo District, South Congress Avenue, Uncommon Objects, and St. Edward's University.
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A travel blog entry by victorious202 on Jan 08, 15

... were exposed to so little radiation that radiation induced health impacts are likely to be below detectable levels.[29] The health risks in the WHO assessment attributable to the Fukushima radiation release were calculated by largely applying the conservative Linear no-threshold model of radiation exposure, a model that assumes even the smallest amount of radiation exposure will cause a negative health effect.[30]

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Wednesday 19th November

A travel blog entry by kirrav on Nov 19, 2014

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This morning I was awake early so googled things to do and see in austin. Brad woke up with a bad cold this morning. Had breakfast down stairs at the restaurant. After breakfast we went back to the room and booked a hire car and a night on a ranch in Bandera. We walked back into the city and played mini golf just near barton springs (Zilker metropolitan park). ...

Pay Attention to Your Carry-ons

A travel blog entry by travelpearl on Jul 21, 2014

... had moved my bag -- supposedly to the lower storage area of the plane. In order to find whose bag it was, the Continental staff had gone into my suitcase and from my purse they got my return ticket and my name! Yet they did not have enough sense to at least give me my purse or to see if I needed anything (such as my medication) or wanted anything (such as my jewelry) from the bag.

Although they knew from my ticket that I had ...

Texas, Thankfully by Name Alone

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Feb 28, 2014

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... I had a list of places I wanted to get through) and last but certainly not least Franklin’s BBQ.
Franklin’s deserves it’s own special recognition. From everything I have read and everything that people have told me, Franklin’s is the best BBQ you can get. The brisket was best described to me as smoked meat flavored butter. With a description like that and an average wait of three hours standing in line, there was a lot of hype. ...

Day 141 - Austin day 2

A travel blog entry by jayandbob on Nov 11, 2013

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... t expect to do that great but ended up nailing it with a 790. We went to an all you can eat barbecue grill place for dinner. There was 6 of us and we each pay $17.50 and get the choice of 4 meats and 4 sides and they keep bringing it out until you can't eat anymore. It was insane, we chose beef brisket, slow roast turkey, roast chicken and beef ribs with sides of potato salad, Mac and cheese, beans and coleslaw. It was so delicious, the ...

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