Courtyard Austin North/Parmer Lane

12330 N IH-35, Austin, Texas, 78753, United States
Courtyard Austin North/Parmer Lane
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what to do and where to stay

by AnnPuddu

will be in austin for some days in the beginning of june...6/1-4. don't have a car, want to be in a hip, urban, arty area...hopefully not to expensive. would welcome suggestions re: hotels, neighborhoods, things to do, etc. have looked at past posts and have found them helpful so thanks in advance.

Re: what to do and where to stay

by butterfly_girl

I think you would like the SOCO (South Congress) area for hip and arty...look into the Austin Motel for a place to stay http://www.austinmotel.com/ if you stay there you will be in the heart of Austin and walking distance to lots of cool things. As far as things to do, go see live music, watch the bats, take a walk on the hike and bike trail, go to Barton Springs, go to restaurants, walk the SOCO area and hang out at cool coffee shops and most of all have fun. For transportation you can take the Dillos (Free downtown and SOCO bus) and the bus called Tour of the Town, go to www.capmetro.com for information.

Re: what to do and where to stay

by tee0206

Hotel San Jose is a really neat place that's also right on South Congress. I've never actually stayed there, but I've gone there for cocktails. http://www.sanjosehotel.com

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You must dine at Threadgill's....

by jsrobinett

You must dine at Threadgill's. This Southern down home cooking establishment is Old Austin at it's best . Don't forget to get multiple helpings of those veggies! I think my favorite memory of Austin will always be lying on the grass in the 'six pack' of the University of Texas trying to relax in the shade between classes and watching people go by.

Austin Trail of Lights

by kd_baby

During the Christmas season the Austin Parks and Recreation puts together the "Trail of Lights" at Zilker Park. The trail includes just that--a long trail of lights that lead up to a huge outline a tree full of lights.

The trail starts the 2nd Sunday of December and ends on the 23rd of December (the huge tree outline stays up through the rest of the holiday season).

Fly and Ride

by KiKitC

What an experience! If you love to ride, you must rent a Harley and ride the hill country. We rented at Eaglerider in Austin, (www.eaglerider.com) and headed out for miles of fun hours of fun. I really only can describe it as being like "riding a roller coaster through a John Wayne movie." Take Route 32, south of Blanco, along the Devil's Backbone. It's one of the most scenic roads in the country.

Another great thing about renting the bike...I didn't have to clean it after...

Red Bull Flugtag

by ATXtraveler

One of the greatest events in the history of former NASA engineers was the Red Bull Flugtag that appeared in Austin in 2003. It was hard to picture that many crazy former Rocket scientists propelling themselves off a 30 foot drop off into Town Lake down in Austin!

King of 6th street

by scott_txguy about Gerry Van King, Austin Musician

Gerry is a blues dude, he has been a fixture of 6th street since 1989 that I know of. He plays fantastic music outside the restaurant "Jazz." and sells albums.

Years ago 6street, billed as the "Live music capital of the world" was filled with many street musicians, live music of local bands all the time, and good food and booze. Now thanks to new city ordinances and zoning, Gerry is the last of the street musicians, and he gets arrested and hassled too often to keep playing. A couple of the best clubs (Black cat and liberty lunch for example) have burned down or been bulldozed, and chain stores and cover bands have generally replaced much of the local flavor. Women are legally allowed to go topless in Austin as long as they don't create a disturbance.

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Address: 12330 N IH-35, Austin, Texas, 78753, United States