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Exploring Austin’s Great Attractions

Posted on | October 29, 2011 | Comments Off on Exploring Austin’s Great Attractions

Article by Gloria’s Restaurant

Austin is a wonderful location to visit in Texas with so much life and history. Austin is the state capitol of Texas and there are guided tours every week and weekend for you to learn more about the history of the city. Austin has so many great Museums and tourist attractions, great restaurants, clubs and bars, and live entertainment. There are so many eclectic shops and unique accommodations.

One of the most popular museums to visit is the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. This museum has great artifacts, theatres for education, and more. Then, there is also the Blanton Museum of Art where there is modern and contemporary American art as well as European Paintings. You could also take a tour at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum. This museum is open every day except Christmas and the admission is free. Museums are a great place to learn about the history and culture of the city. Once you have toured the main attractions you may want to see a little more about the night life of the city. There are great restaurants, bars, clubs, movie theatres, live entertainment and bands. Recently there was Latin American Restaurant in Austin opened up called Gloria’s. It is located on 3309 Esperanza Cross Suite 100. Gloria’s is a Latin American Restaurant that offers great food, services, and Live Music. Gloria’s offers happy hour on Fridays and Sundays for House Margaritas, House Wines, Domestic Beers, Mango Margaritas, Swirls, Strawberry Margaritas, Mojitos, Meltdowns, Sangria and more.

Now that you know a little bit about Austin you should visit the wonderful city filled of life and culture. Enjoy a day of tourism and the evening Salsa dancing at Gloria’s with live music. There is unlimited entertainment at the state capital. To learn more about Gloria’s you can visit http://www.Gloriasrestaurants.com.

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