St. Elmo Motel

Address: 4419 S. Congress Ave. (St. Elmo St.), Austin, Texas, 78745, United States | Motel
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This motel, located in the South Congress area of Austin, is near South Congress Avenue, SoCo District, The Broken Spoke, and Central Market.
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Trek Day No.32 - Austin, Texas

A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on Jun 12, 2015

... and one outhouse filled with spiders. Oh and a stream filled with tadpoles and baby frogs so as long as they don't come near my tent I will be alright as we're here for 2 nights and I need proper sleep. Once we set up camp we went to a restaurant called "Salt Lick" which is this big Texan BBQ place. There was a half an hour wait so we played Cards Against Humanity again and this time I won. Also you're allowed to bring your own cooler full of alcohol into this place so that was ...

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A travel blog entry by isy14 on Jun 05, 2014

... awesome! Jenny did a breathalyser test in the bar for fun and surprisingly, she was extremely far over the limit. It was such a great night; Austin has an incredible nightlife and really has something for everyone. It is just so lively! I challenge anyone to come here and to not have an amazing time. The following day, we went to Zilkner park. Encompassed in the park are hiking trails, a really sweet, small train that circles the perimeter and Lady Bird Lake where ...

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A travel blog entry by agnetasherborne on Dec 26, 2013

... day progressed i liked it better and better exploring more streets and finding more cute hoses with the traditional wrought iron. A cared for French Quarter with lots of hanging baskets, nice street and shop signs and facades in a variety of colours. Los of art being sold and of course lots of places to eat. W did stop for a brunch of sort at a nice looking place where we tried the traditional po'boy which turned up to be a disappointment. I had mine with sausage which ...


A travel blog entry by ben_marshall on Aug 22, 2013

... the local burnt brown stone. Inside it's a dazzling white though so a bit like someone turned the Denver capitol inside out, and I had fun getting photographed in front of Davie Crockett. UT campus is fairly standard: spread out and concretey with the occasional nice library. The shocking thing is that the UT football stadium, home to the Texas Longhorns, has a capacity of over 100,000 and would be the largest stadium in Europe, and ...

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