Congress Avenue Bridge / Austin Bats
100 Congress Ave
This bridge over the Colorado River in downtown Austin is famous for its bats! You can usually see them fly out from under the bridge just before sunset
Best thing about sixth street..you never know who you'll run into
Texas State Cemetery
909 Navasota St
Gone but not gone nor forgotten. Off of E 7th, visit the first buried, Burleson, to recent. Confederate soldiers, Texas leaders and cenotaphs. Monuments and memorials with the Capitol in view.
French Legation Museum
802 San Marcos St
Built in 1841. France was second to the U.S. Recognizing Texas as an independent state after declaring independence from Mexico. The oldest extant structure in Texas, go see our history. Vive leTexas!
Castle Hill is the fairytale of Austin. Whether it be with lovers, friends or family, it's a sight to see. Graffiti covers every inch of the walls so the "selfies" are endless.
Hotel San Jose
1316 S Congress Ave
Hotel San Jose is located in the heart of South Congress and is regularly feature in Travel & Leisure and Conde Nast Traveler. This secluded spot, sometimes exclusive has an eclectic Austin feel.
Hotel Saint Cecilia
112 Academy Dr
Beautiful hotel, beautiful landscape, beautiful pool. Super hip place to stay right on the side of South Congress!
Bats Under the Congress Avenue Bridge
100 Congress Ave
The bats under this bridge flowed out like confetti. It was amazing to witness all of these bats shoot out to the sky.
1718 Lavaca St
Enjoy an awesome your of the city on some pretty sweet segways!
1010 Colorado St
Visit the home of many Texas Governor's. Take a tour. From Ma Ferguson to James Hogg -the story the tour guide has about his daughter Ima Hogg<yes, is not to be missed if you love Texas. Www.txfgm.org
2314 Rutland s100
Adelbert's tasting room is open Friday from 5-8 pm and Saturday 1-4 pm for tours & tastings! This Brewery tour is special because you can really feel the family run vibe. Check it out May 22 and 23!
Texas State Capitol
112 E 11th St
Flash back to when I was in Austin a couple months ago. I love this city and I'm so exited to soon be calling it home!
Austin, Texas Memorial Day 2015 even in the midst of tornado weather, this magical city is still beautiful and welcoming. #LoneStarState #YeeHaw #GettyUp
Graffiti Park @ Castle Hills is pretty rad! Not only because I walked up to hear my favorite song being played, but the art is amazing. Next time I go I'll be packing a lunch for the picnic table!
SXSW is a 10 day interactive, film, and music festival that spreads throughout all of downtown Austin. It brings tons of free entertainment and live shows!
Cathedral of Junk
4422 Lareina Dr
The most beautiful castle of junk I ever saw. It's by appointment only now and he'll take donations. It's def worth it. Beautiful, creative and a sight to see.
Just For Fun
5973 Hiline Rd
Have a fun time on Lake Travis using JFF. We had the boat for 4 hrs and the BBQ grill going with the music going while we jump off the upper deck. The kids would love the slide as well. Awesome time!
117 E 7th St
Built in 1886 by Jesse Driskill, The Driskill Hotel is the oldest hotel in Texas still operating. Lavish and Texan. An Austin Monument that's still in use. Go be a part of Texas history.
Austin Visitor Center
602 E 4th St
Austin Convention Center hosts some of the most exciting events happening in Texas including the whole interactive experience at SXSW. The massive building has several eateries and is state of the art
Rainey is a street lined with redesigned homes turned into bars! Real chill atmosphere. It's your scene of you are too mature for dirty sixth but not hipster enough for the east side.
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