Residence Inn By Marriott Arboretum

3713 Tudor Boulevard, Austin, Texas, 78759, United States
Residence Inn Austin Northwest / Arboretum
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chocolate in austin

by bocmaxima

Does anyone happen to know if there's a place to get good quality chocolate in the Austin area that is not a chain store (i.e. - Rocky Mountain, Godiva, etc)?

Thanks in advance.

RE: chocolate in austin

by Wingshot

Lammb's Candy is an Austin owned & operated company that has been around for a hundred years or so. I might have spelled it wrong...

Most of the chocolate candies they have are fruit/nuts dipped in chocolate. They are very famous for Pecan pralines.

RE: RE: chocolate in austin

by YVRDave

PS. Rocky Mountain and Godiva are chains

RE: chocolate in austin

by lamsterz

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory in San Marcos!

Also, I think Godiva is in the Barton Creek Mall?

RE: chocolate in austin

by ridermirv

I think it's Lamm's. They are a local Austin confectioner that make excellent chocolates.


RE: RE: chocolate in austin

by yelli

Lammes candies! mmhmm
Looks like Dr. Chocolate isn't around.. for now
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Re: chocolate in austin

by dianvercolen

Does anyone know how to get in touch with the former owners of Dr. Chocolate? I have a growing chocolate business and am in need of equipment and advice. Thanks.

Travel Tips for Austin

Texas State Capitol of 1880's

by ATXtraveler

During Texas' rough time as a territory, it was bounced around through 6 different countries. This obviously led to a lot of loyalists of each of the 6. Obviously with that many differing opinions, trouble was to ensue. On several occassions the buildings that were used to hold the Capitol were burnt to the ground. One of the former Capitol Grounds is now a park dedicated to honoring the different sites that burnt.

This park is located directly across from the current capitol, in a nice little garden setting.

the well packed pooch (yes, pooch)

by counsel14

I use a medium size nylon duffle bag for the dogs. It's big enough to pack their toys, food, medicines and bowls into and isn't heavy. A rectangular bag works best for us as it's easily packed in with our luggage Dogs don't need this, but if you're into dressing up your critters, go for it! I do pack a couple of towels for drying off the girls when they go swimming or stomp in mud puddles though. I always carry along a snake bite kit, an epi-pen (from the VET) and their medicines in a small waterproof bag. A small first-aid kit is essential, and you should pack the following, in case of emergencies: Neosporin or any antibiotic ointment helps treat wounds. Vetrap - elastic bandages that stick only to themselves, not to hair or skin, thus eliminating the need for pins, clips and adhesive tape - are ideal for holding dressings in place. Benadryl can be given to your dog in case of bee stings or fire-ant bites. Check with your veterinarian for the correct dosage. You can put it into peanut butter for a snack. Also bring along alcohol and peroxide.
Make sure to bring insect repellent and flea and tick control products. If your dog does get a tick, pull the tick off and douse the affected area with alcohol. Never stick a hot match on your dog to remove a tick. That's one ridiculous old remedy that doesn't work. not needed for a dog guys! Small pillow for the girls to curl up on at night. They prefer to slepp with us in the tents when we camp, so i wouldn't bother taking one just for them! 2 bowls for each dog. there are some really nice folding water bowls that can be purchased through a camping supply company that we use a lot. Also take along the dry dog food, on a trip we've determined that 1/2 cup dry food per day per dog is appropriate as they don't run off a lot of energy and don't eat as much. also need a leash. I use a retractable leash for the girls. it doesn't take up much room in the car and it works well. Please be sure and carry along some plastic baggies. Dogs do need to use the bathroom facilities (their's is called grass) and you do need to clean up after them.

"Climb" Mt. Bonnell

by bhencey

Austin's Mt. Bonnell is one of Austin's oldest tourist attractions being documented as far back as 1850. It is the highest point within Austin City Limits at 785 feet. A wonderful place to picnic in the sun, Mt. Bonnell contains views of Town Lake and the Pennybacker Bridge as well as wonderful vistas of downtown. The area is a short hike from the road and there is no entrance fee.


by Rich62 about THE CO-OP

THIS IS A HUGE TWO-STORY STORE with anything relating to the University of Texas.



by carlrea about The Broken Spoke

The Broken Spoke is a authentic country and western bar which plays excellent live music
is full of your cowboys on a given evening
and if you want to fit right in well have you heard the saying 'when in Rome do as the Romans do' well pack your Stetson and our Boots and you'll fit right in nicely.

Back in the sixties, the Spoke played host to countless country super stars and legends. George Strait, Ernest Tubb, Roy Acuff, and even Bob Wills tipped their hats from the stage at the far end of this old dance hall.

Willie Nelson started playing at the Spoke before he moved back from Nashville when he still had a crew cut and a sport coat - before he brought braids and tennis shoes to the forefront of country fashion. In fact, it's not a bit unusual to stumble into the Spoke on a Friday or Saturday night and find the Red-Headed Stranger kicked back against an amp, picking with whatever band is the featured entertainment of the night. It's no secret that the Broken Spoke is one of Willie's favorite hang-outs when he's home in Austin. Stetson, Cowboy shirt, Buckle, and boots
none really just dont go in dressed like a skateboarder.


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Address: 3713 Tudor Boulevard, Austin, Texas, 78759, United States