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How to Be a Local in Austin, TX

About this Lesson

  • Type: Video Tutorial
  • Length: 8:44
  • Media: Video/mp4
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: 14 Days
  • Download: MP4 (iPod compatible)
  • Size: 51 MB
  • Posted: 06/24/2008

Traveling through Austin, TX anytime soon? The city has great food, culture, and activities. In this video, the MB crew guide you through the city we love, showing you the best restaurants, culture, night life, outdoor spaces, and more. Hit Austin's hot spots with us, just make sure you have a pen to take notes!

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Dustin3539
Dustin3539
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05/13/2009

Recent Reviews

Chuy_homepage
Great!
10/09/2008
~ Chuy

I love city video tours like this one. Every city should have at least one of these types of videos showing off what they're known for. It would make it so much easier for tourists to discover what the city really has to offer without the extra effort investigating and asking the natives.

Alexjurek_homepage
Giving away our secrets
10/04/2008
~ alexjurek

I grew up in Austin, but there is so much to do that sometimes I forget about some of these great restaurants, parks and cultural activities. Of course, there are some places, like Barton Springs, South Congress, and Zilker Park that I have visited all my life. And then, there are some places, like the Austin Museum of Art, that I've meant to visit, but just haven't made the trip. After watching this, I am reminded why I love this town so much, and inspired to go out and re-discover the hot spots!

Chuy_homepage
Great!
10/09/2008
~ Chuy

I love city video tours like this one. Every city should have at least one of these types of videos showing off what they're known for. It would make it so much easier for tourists to discover what the city really has to offer without the extra effort investigating and asking the natives.

Alexjurek_homepage
Giving away our secrets
10/04/2008
~ alexjurek

I grew up in Austin, but there is so much to do that sometimes I forget about some of these great restaurants, parks and cultural activities. Of course, there are some places, like Barton Springs, South Congress, and Zilker Park that I have visited all my life. And then, there are some places, like the Austin Museum of Art, that I've meant to visit, but just haven't made the trip. After watching this, I am reminded why I love this town so much, and inspired to go out and re-discover the hot spots!

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