Impression: Painting Quickly In France, 1860-1890

You’ll climb 99 steps to get to the top, but it’s a breathtaking panoramic view of the city skyline, Lake Austin, surrounding Hill Country, incredible lakeside homes — and one of the many reasons University of Texas at Austin students never leave after they graduate. Despite suffering a devastating fire in 2005 — the result of a lightning strike — the Oasis’ multi-tiered decks are still open and offer the best view in town, no matter where you’re sitting. It’s a great way to get outside and enjoy the fresh air while you’re creating Diamond Art.

More hotels are also in the works as the city continues to attract more and more tourists, business and convention travel, including a massive Marriott hotel complex proposed for Diamond Painting Shop the block surrounded by Congress Avenue and Second, Third, and Brazos streets. The Hilton Austin (500 East 4th St), across the street from the Austin Convention Center and within walking distance to several bars and restaurants, opened about a year ago. Visit the ultra-hip Penn Field Design District (3601 South Congress Ave), Diamond Painting Kits a mixed-use retail space and noted architectural renovation that is now home to the Design Center of Austin (3601 South Congress at Penn Field, Suite C), a collection of specialty showrooms for architecture and design that’s open to the public and to the trade.

As you leave, pretend you’re Lance Armstrong on the Veloway (access the trail from Mopac, just south of Slaughter Lane and right near the Wildflower Center), a 3.17-mile, Diamond Painting Shop 23-feet-wide paved trail that is exclusively for cyclists and rollerbladers — no walkers or runners allowed. The martinis are good at Cedar Street Courtyard (208 West Fourth); the entertainment and live music worth the trip to La Zona Rosa (612 West Fourth); and there’s even a celebrity bar, Six (117 West 4th), partially owned by Lance Armstrong.

A vibrant nightlife, especially live music and good margaritas, goes hand-in-hand with a work-hard, play-hard attitude that translates into an active social scene. Sure, they’re grocery stores — but they’re much more than that with food demonstrations, plenty of samples, specialty foods sections, diamond painting nederland and cafes where you can enjoy a great meal and a glass of wine, and even live music. Head to CRU Wine Bar (238 West 2nd St) for a glass of vino, then stop for rustic Italian food at Taverna (258 West 2nd St), or gourmet Mexican food at Cantina Laredo (201 West 3rd St).

The Sixth Street Entertainment District (southeast of the Capitol Complex on Sixth St between Congress Ave and Interstate 35) is probably the most well-known when it comes to Austin nightlife, but head off the beaten path to explore the Fourth Street Warehouse District (west of Congress Ave and South of Sixth St) more of the 30-plus crowd, Diamond Painting Shop or the brand-new Second Street District (west of Congress Ave and South of Sixth St) with its upscale shops, diamond painting restaurants, and condominium and loft projects.

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