With so many great restaurants popping up all over the Austin Texas, it’s hard to keep tabs on what’s where, and, most importantly, what tastes best.
To help you on your culinary quest, we’re pulling together some of our best dining reviews on different styles of restaurants, from Mexican to American and everything in between.
This week, if you’re struggling to find somewhere good to go, we’ve got an inkling for Asian and a roundup of great Chinese restaurants worth considering. Let us know if there are any others you think we should take a look at
USS LEXINGTON, CV-16, is a World War II-vintage Essex Class aircraft carrier. Commissioned in 1943, she served the United States longer and set more records than any other Essex Class carrier in the history of naval aviation. The ship was the oldest working carrier in the United States Navy when decommissioned in 1991. An Essex-class carrier, LEXINGTON was originally named the USS CABOT. During World War II, final construction was being completed at Massachusetts’ Fore River Shipyard when word was received that the original carrier named USS LEXINGTON, CV-2, had been sunk in the Coral Sea. The new carrier’s name was changed to LEXINGTON. (Source)
San Antonio is one of our favorite places in Texas to have a weekend getaway, we love to go down there even just for a day and come back home at night. Our favorite place to hang out with friends and family is down at the River Walk. The river walk is where the happening especially at night, plenty of restaurants, cafes and bar located just along the river. You can request a mariachi music to play right by your table with a few bucks for a group of 3 or 4 people who will perform it. It was fun, and the people are very nice and friendly, the whole atmosphere is just casual and relaxing. Hotels and mall are also located just a walking distance away from the river walk. On this trip, we had our friends, and we decided to gave them a little tour around San Antonio.
Spend the day exploring the rich heritage of the Pacific Islands. Wander through 42 acres of tropical splendor and enjoy the adventure of traditional hands-on activities. Dine like royalty at an authentic Polynesian luau and top it off with the most spectacular evening show in the islands, Ha: Breath of Life. All of Polynesia in one exciting place.
Wander the world’s largest maze, as recognized by the 2008 Guinness World Records, take a ride on the Pineapple Express train and learn about the history of pineapple, or stroll through the plantation garden and get up close view of agricultural crops.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is on Hawaii Island (the Big Island). At its heart are the Kīlauea and Mauna Loa active volcanoes. The Crater Rim Drive passes steam vents and the Jaggar Museum, which features volcanology exhibits and a viewpoint overlooking Halema’uma’u Crater. Thick ferns mark the entrance to the Thurston Lava Tube (Nāhuku). The Chain of Craters Road weaves over lava. Trails crisscross the park.