Austin Tour Ideas
Not a typical bus tour, this 'bucket list tour' of Austin gives you a city overview in just two hours. With an insider guide, see landmarks and lesser-known gems that only a local would know about, as well as real neighborhoods, and, of course, the food trucks. You have a choice of morning and afternoon tour times; select when booking to suit your schedule.
At the historic Driskill Hotel, there is a portrait of a little girl holding some flowers on the third floor that causes a bit of a buzz — literally as well as figuratively. Folks say that when they look at it, they get a curious tingling sensation of their heels being lifted into the air. After that, their equilibrium is off for several hours. Witnesses at this hotel report hearing sounds of people upstairs when no one is there, and feeling something they can't see touching their face and arms. Also, apparitions have been seen sitting in chairs or at windows.<br /><br />These are the type of stories you will learn about while enjoying a challenging digital GPS scavenger hunt game played on provided iPads. Your group will use an action pack to solve difficult riddles and puzzles. The game includes augmented reality that is fun for all ages. Very similar to a Room Escape Game where you have 120 minutes to solve all the challenges to save the world...hurry up, you can do it!
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