Kimber Modern Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... town and decided we would change and walk down by the river, and then wander around downtown. The river was beautiful, and they had a pretty crowded bike/running trail. We then turned around and went downtown to Sixth Street, which used to be Pecan street back in the days of the Wild West. It was really vibrant and bustling. All of the, let's be honest it's just bars, had fun signs on the buildings and on the streets trying to bring people in. ...
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... yogurt and a sandwich was $34, I was so ******. We waited the hour and a half at the gate and finally boarded. We had a stop off in Denver Colorado, for a couple hours. We only got to see the airport in Denver before getting back on the plane to Austin, we had about 2 and a bit hours in the airport, all we did was get some food and look around. By the time we got into Austin it was 8pm, there was a one hour ...
... area not to cook in. There are
so many delicious eateries on South Congress and we did our best to hit
The first morning in Austin I went for a run on Town Lake. I had been
dreaming of the Austin run for a while and on our way to the house from the airport I noticed green
space that led to the I-35 bridge across to the north side of Town
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... the campus of the Texas state university, which was actually bigger than the town/city of Austin! It was huge and gorgeous, I would have loved to go to uni in a place like that! It's a big sports college and we stopped by their sports stadium which was massive ad Joseph told us it seats 100,000. Waawy. We passed by the Capitol building (where the Texas state government is) which looks strangely familiar (Washington DC seemed to have a similar building in white!) ...