Check out these 4 fun ways to view the Congress Bridge Bats in Austin Texas. This is the largest urban bat colony in North America and we outline ways to view them by boat, kayak, water bike, and more!
Mount Bonnell in Austin, TX is one of Austin's oldest tourist attractions being documented as far back as 1850. It is the highest point within Austin City Limits which helps create spectacular views.
South Congress Avenue near downtown Austin (aka SoCo shopping district) is known for its Bohemian energy. Supporting the Keep Austin Wierd motto, you can find hip new stores, funky restaurants, and groovy bars.
The Rainey Street District is one of Austin's hottest night life scene. Comprised of mostly old homes converted into bars and restaurants, there are several unique and interesting places to eat and buy drinks for a perfect night of barhopping. With several bars, each with its own personalty, there is a place for everyone
New York, NY
The Guggenheim Museum in New York City features one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary art in the world.
The New York Jets represent the New York metropolitan area as a member of both the AFL and the NFL.
Lord & Taylor on New York City's 5th Avenue features a large selection in women's, men's, and children's latest fashion and timeless classics.
San Antonio, TX
At Sea World San Antonio you can witness the up close encounters with Dolphins, Sharks, whales, and more. Besides just shows theirs animal exhibits, and rides.
Blue Star Brewing Company on the San Antonio Riverwalk offers award winning beer and exceptional wines. What was once an old beer storage warehouse is now full of people drinks and good company.
Coyote Ugly in downtown San Antonio is a drinking joint with a college atmosphere. With no chairs or bar stools the reason to go if for the crazy fun atmosphere, where women are encouraged to dance on the bar with the bartenders
At Restaurant Gwendolyn in downtown San Antonio, you can enjoy upscale American cuisine created using local ingredients, and prepared by hand like they did before the break of the industrial revolution.