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Best Dog-gone Friendly Restaurants in Austin, TX (Part One)

Really?  Over 500 restaurants in Austin that welcome your pup?  That’s the dog-gone truth!  Within a short drive from our pet-friendly apartments in Austin there are some of the tastiest spots to take Spot out for dinner.   Kerby Lane Cafe As long as your pup is on leash, you and your best four-footed friend…

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Top Spots to Celebrate the 4th of July in Austin, Texas

Looking for the best spots to celebrate our heroes this Independence Day in Austin?  Look no further!  Within a short drive from our apartments in Austin are a variety of venues jam-packed with entertainment and edible eats that are the perfect pick this 4th of July.  Wherever you go, we encourage you to take the…

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Top Golf Courses Around Austin, Texas (Part Two)

Earlier this month we provided details about some of our favorite golf courses in Austin.  As promised, we are continuing our list to help you get out and about on some of the region’s finest courses within a short drive from Juniper Springs apartments in Austin, Texas.   Roy Kizer Golf Course For those who…

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Top Golf Courses Around Austin Texas (Part One)

With spring in the air, and winter behind us, golf enthusiasts like myself are anxious to get out on the bright green grasses of the top golf courses in and around Austin, Texas! Whether you enjoy the sport, or not, every course offers beginner options or private lessons from the Pros right on site. Within…

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Top Ideas for Easy Pleasing Easter Meals

Earlier this month we unraveled the story about the Easter Bunny and Easter Baskets.  Now that you have an understanding of some of the holiday’s most favorite traditions (especially for kids), we are diving into the delicious options to complete your celebration from sunup to sundown. If  you are thinking about a festive Easter Brunch…

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What is the History of the Easter Bunny and Easter Baskets?

Many of our holidays have traditional characters or icons are symbolic of our celebrations throughout the year.  From Cupid at Valentine’s Day, four-leaf clover during St. Patrick’s Day, pumpkins in October, and St. Nick, these colorful elements have become iconic to some of the most celebrated holidays around the world.  So what’s up with a…

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