A while back, we went to Austin for a work. Little did I know it would be the mother of conferences, blending technology with local flair.
What do you do when you want to go do something weird? You go spend a weekend trip to Austin and keep it weird, of course!
There’s lots of things you could do in Austin, but here’s our list of Top 8 Things to Do when in town. You can bet it’s involves eating and drinking.
The Austin Hyatt was a great home away from home. It was nearby everything we wanted to see and more importantly their rooms were amazingly comfortable.
We have heard so much about the flock of bats that migrate to Austin and looked forward to witnessing the natural phenomena first hand. This is our story.
We had heard that LBJ Library was an amazing visit. We had heard about the architecture of the library. But we were not prepared for all the history.
Flying Into Austin Airport is markedly different from flying out. Flying out we pleasantly surprised by our surroundings than when we first flew in.
Austin Metro is a quick way to get from the airport to downtown and is very good at doing the one thing you need them to do for you.
A night out starting off with a happy hour challenge at the Firehouse Hostel and Bar. First thing’s first… where is this bar?
First happy hour stop of the night was at Austin’s Parkside. With such a long list of drinks and great eats, it may be our last stop for the night.
Ever been to Austin and wonder what that building that can be seen from anywhere in Austin. It’s the State Capitol Building. Go check it out!
There are all kinds of bbq everywhere in Texas. But when you are looking for some pioneering bbq, look no further than the Salt Lick.
When in Austin during hot weather you must treat yourself to the cooling experience found at Barton Springs.
Want no nonsense BBQ that will get you from starving to bursting in no time flat? Go to Rudy’s and you won’t regret it!
Whenever we leave California, due to the ban, we always search out for local foie gras dishes. It is such a tasty savory dish that we can’t pass it up.
After taking the bat and river tour, we were starving for some Austin sushi. We looked on our phones and found a sushi place not that far away.