Extended StayAmerica Austin-Southwest

5100 US Highway 290 West, Austin, Texas, 78735, United States
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peter60

by peter60

i will be visiting austin soon are they any places that i should avoid or locations. also are taxis safe to see or tour around austin tks

RE: peter60

by butterfly_girl

Austin is a pretty safe city...just use your common sense and you should be fine. Taxis are a safe way to travel in Austin. As far as where to avoid, it's hard for me to give you exact areas; if you are a tourist, I don't see why you would be heading into the areas that are considered "unsafe".

Travel Tips for Austin

Texas State Capitol Fence

by Stephen-KarenConn

This ornate wrought iron fence on a stone base surrounds the Texas State Capitol Grounds . It was designed by William Munro Johnson, responsible for landscaping the capitol grounds, for both a decorative and a practical purpose. The fence encloses and defines the grounds in elegant fashion, and also originally served to keep wandering Livestock off Capitol Square.

The Texas State Capitol Fence originally incorporated eleven gates, six for carriages and five for pedesterians. The fence was completely reconditioned in 1996, at which time new pedesterian gates were added for ease of access. The original fence was painted black with decorative gold leaf. Now it is simply painted in metallic black and gold colors.

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Clothing and supplies

by scott_txguy

Depends on how you travel. You can buy anything here, so you won't be caught short. They even sell vegemite at whole foods. Summer: Shorts, T-shirt, your favorite hat, and plenty of sunscreen. Winter: Jeans, T-shirt, sweater, and light jacket. Rainy season: raincoat or umbrella, and boots. Aloe vera - extract of a plant, you will use a lot when you get sunburned. Available at any store There are many shops in town that cater to amateur and professional photographers. Try precision camera on lamar and 35th street. Backpacking stuff, scuba stuff, swimming stuff, bicycling stuff, we have all these things here to do

The Oasis at Lake Travis

by Jefie

This restaurant is located about 20 minutes away from Austin and it's truly worth the detour (check the Web site for directions). The Oasis was nearly completely destroyed by a fire in June 2005 so when we were there they could only offer a limited menu but who cares, really, when you can sit back and enjoy the beautiful view of Lake Travis from one of the restaurant's decks located on a cliff 450 feet above the lake?! It truly is one of Austin's greatest attractions! The place can get very crowded in the evening as it's a great place to go to watch spectacular sunsets, so my advice would be to go at the end of the afternoon to grab a good spot and make sure your meal lasts until sunset. Thanks to their delicious strawberry margaritas, it shouldn't be too difficult to spend a couple hours at The Oasis!

Get all your UT/Longhorns paraphernalia

by Jefie about Shopping on The Drag

"The Drag" is the portion of Guadalupe St. that runs along the UT campus. It's the perfect place to go to buy UT/Longhorns souvenirs and you'll also get to see the cute "Hi, how are you" frog! Get a Longhorns football t-shirt (winners of the 2005 & 2006 Rose Bowl)

6th street - Austin's party...

by rhiannon1968

6th street - Austin's party street. It's all dotted with bars, clubs, discos, mostly with music. My very favourite is Joe's Generic Bar (315 E. 6th street), which had a live blues band playing when I was there, but there are places to suit any age and taste.

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Address: 5100 US Highway 290 West, Austin, Texas, 78735, United States