Extended Stay Deluxe Austin-North Central

8221 North IH-35, Austin, Texas, 78753, United States
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looking to move - what are the neighborhoods?

by agnesnow

Hi there fellow VTers - I'll be moving from san francisco to austin for acupuncture school. It's basically Anderson/Mo-Pac - I'm looking to move between there and downtown. What are the neighborhoods to search for in that area? I can't seem to find a good map or descriptions of hoods. I'd like to be somewhere where people walk/ride bikes and has (some) local neighborhood amnemities - ie restaurant, coffee shop etc or the like.

by the way - thanks to all the local VT pages! Had a great time there in sept based on all your recommendations!!

Many many thanks for your info!

RE: looking to move - what are the neighborhoods?

by madamx

Hi Aga,
A friend of mine went to Traditional Chinese Medicine School in Austin, so I'll ask her your question and get back to you.

RE: RE: looking to move - what are the neighborhoods?

by ATXtraveler

You would probably love the Hyde Park area, very active, very young and has some great little cafes.

Its north of downtown and a little southeast of where you will be attending school.

Another good area is down by Lake Austin near Magnolia Cafe. Pease Park is also a good place for active biking and walking.

You are definitely coming to the right town for an active atmosphere!


RE: looking to move - what are the neighborhoods?

by FelicityJones

Hi Aga,

I've been to Austin once and it is beautiful and hilly so you will feel at home there. You may want to try www.NeighborhoodResearch.com as a first step in checking out neighborhoods in Austin. I used them to help find my apartment here in San Diego and it basically kept me in a nice but affordable area. Best of luck on your move! Felicity

RE: looking to move - what are the neighborhoods?

by Ronny2007

You would love to be in hide park or so/cal but it all boils down to money! My boyfriend is grom here his whole life... Are you thinking house or apartment! We are 32 and 24... We know great places to see and awsomethings to do here. Let us know if you need ant more info!!! Rons a good realtor so he could really help you out! Me... I'm a hairstylist...and I run a cleaning buisness...=-) ttyl.

Travel Tips for Austin

Stephen F. Austin and Sam Houston sculptures

by VeronicaG

As you enter the Texas Capitol building and move towards the rotunda, you'll be greeted by the likenesses of Sam Houston and Stephen F. Austin, brilliantly executed by sculptress Elizabet Ney. These lifelike statues were commissioned in 1893 for the Chicago World's Fair.

Who was Elizabet Ney? She was born in Westphalia, Germany in 1833 to a stone carver and his wife. She married Edmund D. Montgomery, a Scottish scientist and physician in 1863 and settled in the United States during the next decade. Eventually, Ney, her husband and two sons moved to a plantation in Waller County, Texas.

Elizabet was schooled at the Munich Academy of Art, later moving to Berlin where she studied under Christian Daniel Rauch and her skills as an artist developed. After her marriage and the move to Texas, she oversaw their plantation while her husband did his research.

The Governor of Texas invited Ney to Austin in the 1880's, where she resumed her art. She sculpted Albert Sidney Johnston's likeness for his grave in the Texas State Cemetery (see that tip).

Elizabet was very active in the Austin cultural scene. Her studio in Austin became the Elizabet Ney Museum.

(info from wikipedia.org)

Tito's Handmade Vodka

by kd_baby

There is a distillery in *far* South Austin that produces an award winning vodka. It has won the Double Gold Award. This is another local favorite of Austinites.

AFAIK this is the only distillery in the state of Texas.

Eeyores Festival

by groover101

The 40th or 41st (lost count) annual Eeyores birthday party takes place the last Saturday in April.This is a one of a kind gathering that has something for everyone.There are lots of activities for the kids early in the day and as the day wears on the party gets more bizzare with folks dressed up in all sorts of costumes.Groups gather throughout the park in drum cirlcles and wierdness is the order of the day.Local micro breweries supply the beer and there is enough beer consumesd to float a aircraft carrier.

New Braunfels

by keeweechic

New Braunfels is in Comal County, about 45 miles south of Austin. New Braunfels is a little bit of old Germany right in the middle of the Texas Hill Country. The Guadalupe River starts at Canyon Dam and flow through New Braunfels for about 18 miles. It is one of the most popular tubing rivers in Texas.

Among the diviest of dive bars

by tee0206 about Horseshoe Lounge

The Horseshoe Lounge is seriously a dive bar. It's very casual, cash only, and I think they only have beer. However, the atmosphere just feels Texan to me. They have a shuffleboard table and a pool table. They have a juke box blasting country music. It's just a great place to just go and chill. It's generally not too crowded. The people there are an interesting mix. You can run into bikers, cowboys, and a smattering of random hipsters. It seems to generally be middle aged people out having a drink and a good time, but it's a pretty neat place if you like dive bars. I'd much rather go to a place like this than to 6th Street. $3.25 beer, but I think it's $2.00 before 7:00 PM. Wear whatever you want. Seriously. I'm usually in jeans, a t-shirt, and flip flops and that's perfectly normal.


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Address: 8221 North IH-35, Austin, Texas, 78753, United States