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Old Posted Dec 1, 2019, 6:06 PM
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Pennybacker Bridge & Colorado River, Austin, Texas

I went to Austin for a little hike...and it was worth it!

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...In addition to these pictures overlooking the Colorado river, I filmed the entire Loop 360 Northbound.

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Love the geography of Austin with the lakes, rivers and hills. It's really an outdoor lover's paradise.
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Love the geography of Austin with the lakes, rivers and hills. It's really an outdoor lover's paradise.
I have found that Austin itself (Even if though it's not bad at all) is not extremely exciting. I have personally prefered San Antonio for some reasons.
But I must admit that the natural landscapes bordering Austin to the west are really nice and that's an asset that San Antonio doesn't have (But one could argue that hills are not far away from there too...)
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Nice. Glad you came and enjoyed it. Most of the city doesn't look like that, and admittedly, after not venturing over to that part of town for a while and taking it for granted, it's always a unique reminder that part of the metro really does look like that.
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