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Heart of Austin Bicycle Tour
"The two hour tour starts at 9:00am and it is recommended that guests arrive 15 minutes early for an orientation before hitting the road. Make sure to wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes for biking and it is suggested to bring a bottle of wate stopping to talk about it's long storied history and it's connection to the formation of Texas. On the way to the University you'll stop at one of the last remaining moon towers that lit up the night in the late 1800's and that was made famous in Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused. Upon arrival on campus you will visit the Tower made famous by the Charles Whitman mass shooting before heading to see the Santa Rita oil well and talk about how oil played a roll in the university's history. The tour will then head to Sholtz's beer garden where you will learn you will coast through the State Capital grounds stopping to talk about Texas' inception and Austin's role in it.You'll have the best seat in the house to experience Austin from a perspective that you just can't get any other way. Your informative local guide will not only teach you about the h
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Heart of Austin Bicycle Tour
"The two hour tour starts at 9:00am and it is recommended that guests arrive 15 minutes early for an orientation before hitting the road. Make sure to wear comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes for biking and it is suggested to bring a bottle of wate stopping to talk about it's long storied history and it's connection to the formation of Texas. On the way to the University you'll stop at one of the last remaining moon towers that lit up the night in the late 1800's and that was made famous in Richard Linklater's Dazed and Confused. Upon arrival on campus you will visit the Tower made famous by the Charles Whitman mass shooting before heading to see the Santa Rita oil well and talk about how oil played a roll in the university's history. The tour will then head to Sholtz's beer garden where you will learn you will coast through the State Capital grounds stopping to talk about Texas' inception and Austin's role in it.You'll have the best seat in the house to experience Austin from a perspective that you just can't get any other way. Your informative local guide will not only teach you about the h
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Best of Austin Small Group Guided Tour
"This intimate small group tour is the only tour in town where you get out of the van several times for a guided tour. This differs from a Double Decker tour where you are dropped off. This tour allows you to pop into the most important places for just a stop at our famous graffiti park take a photo in front of the Austin postcard and enjoy a sweet treat at the food trucks!You'll learn about art music culture food
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Chuy's

After nearly a year of living in Austin, I finally went to Chuy's, which is a wildly popular restaurant (at least the Barton Springs location is wildly popular; I'm not sure about the other...
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tee0206
Jul 10, 2007

Chuy's

Chuy's has a fun decor with lots of Elvis stuff and random kitsch. There is always a wait, but you can sit at a table by the bar and help yourself to chips and salsa while you wait. I always get the...
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tinyvulture
Mar 26, 2007

Chuy's

Chuy's is a local chain of Mexican Restaurants that are popular in the Austin area. This one, on Barton Springs Road, is famous as the place where the daughters of President George W. Bush got busted...
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Stephen-KarenConn
Feb 12, 2007

Chuy's

The outside of the place alludes to something funky and unique. The inside is bustling with college kids/20s/30s aged people chomping down on food that looks so fantastic, my mouth watered right away!...
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sunlovey
Feb 06, 2005

Chuy's

Chuy's is a mexican restaurant with a difference. upon entering the place is covered with Elvis Memoribilia and in the main restaurant area there must be hundreds of car hub caps stuck to the...
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carlrea
Jan 09, 2005

Chuy's

Ok, so many of you have heard of this restaurant because of the Bush twins' underage escapades, but there is a reason these ladies enjoy their drinks at this Austin original. With its dedication to...
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ATXtraveler
Jun 13, 2004

Chuy's - Tex-Mex

Chuy's (pronounced Chewies) is Tex-Mex and has been around quite a long time I think. It is always crowded, so plan for at least a 30-minute wait in the bar. You can order and eat at the bar if you do...
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keeweechic
Feb 15, 2004

Chuy's

Kind of an Austin icon, with texmex food velvet elvis paintings, hubcaps and art all over the walls, and friendly staff. There are a couple in town, this is near Zilker park - kind of a touristy thing...
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scott_txguy
May 05, 2003

Chuy's

Where to start? I'll start with the decor. You enter into the "Mil Pescado" bar, which is Spanish for 1,000 Fish. It's called this because of the authentic Mexican wooden fishes hanging from the...
texanboy14
Mar 23, 2003

Chuy's

Chuy's is a Tex-Mex institution in Austin. The food is pretty good, but go for the ecclectic atmosphere.
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Sunshine64
Oct 21, 2002

Chuy's

Chuy's Velevet Elvis painting's on the wall Enchilada's
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Aug 25, 2002
 
 
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Mount Bonnell

Breath taking view of Mount Bonnell, Austin, Texas. It can be a short hiking. Be aware of wet area. Stones can be so slippery. I thought there was a cave where George W. Bonnell hid himself back...
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Neill-Cochran House Museum

This beautiful Greek Revival-style home was built by Abner Cook, the same architect who built the Governor's mansion. Built in 1855 on what was then considered the outskirts of Austin, the house...
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Texas Memorial Museum

The Texas Memorial Museum on the UT campus is a great little museum, and best of all it is free. It has one whole floor of dinosaur skeletons, all of which were found in TX. The highlight is the...
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The University of Texas at Austin

At 189,340 square feet, the Blanton Museum of Art on the University of Texas Campus is one of the largest university art museums in the world and it has one of the best collections with a great...
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Darrell K Royal - Texas Memorial Stadium

Austin is also home to the University of Texas at Austin. There are a number of things to do on campus, look at the fine architecture, visit the nice museums or maybe catch a game at the Daryl K....
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Harry Ransom Center

Here's another free indoor activity in case it rains a lot while you're in Austin. The Harry Ransom Center houses about 36 million literary manuscripts, one million rare books and first editions, five...
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  • Sunday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Monday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Tuesday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Wednesday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Thursday 11:00 to 22:30
  • Friday 11:00 to 23:30
  • Saturday 11:00 to 23:30

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