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  • Austin Kula Yoga
    Whether you like your yoga flowing, slowing, meditative, hip-hoppy, or performed by others while you sleep, today's Groupon will sate your yoga needs. For $32, you get a five-class pass to Kula Yoga, Austin's only family yoga center. Yoga traveled the world, teaching his invigorating fitness plan and reading minds. After a lifetime of deeply seeing into people’s inner thoughts began to leave him twisted and insane, Yoga gave up mind reading, saying, “The mind is a door locked for our own protection. I am hungry.” Today, the practice of yoga continues to be performed on yoga mats, though the true purpose of the mats—to induce clairvoyance—has largely been forgotten.
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    2415 Exposition Blvd, Ste A & B
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin Park and Recreation
    The Austin Park and Recreation department oversees the operation and upkeep of a diverse array of facilities serving the local community, including parks, swimming pools, golf courses, playgrounds, and tennis courts. Visitors can engage in outdoor activities to nurture an appreciation for natural surroundings and add to a burgeoning stick collection, or join artistic programs such as community theater and arts education. The department attained national accreditation from the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies, one of just 89 nationwide to receive the honor.
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    2901 Enfield Rd.
    Austin, TX US
  • Austin Municipal Golf Courses
    The history of the four municipal golf courses that make up Austin Public Links spans a good portion of the history of the city itself. The story begins with the Hancock Golf Course, a short nine-holer founded in 1899 and named for former Austin mayor Lewis Hancock, Jr. The links-style Roy Kizer Golf Course, meanwhile, was named in honor of the longtime superintendent of the Lions Municipal Golf Course, which played host to the likes of Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. In addition, the Morris Williams Golf Course has been newly reopened after heavy renovations. Taken together, the courses cover a wide range of styles?from the hilly 9 holes of Hancock to the 7,023-yard endurance test at Morris Williams. Lions features traditional tree-lined fairways, whereas Roy Kizer has a links-style layout with 22 acres of wetlands and 37 acres of lakes.
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    2901 Enfield Rd
    Austin, TX US
  • Lake Toys Boat Club
    Itchy-footed landlubbers and their seafaring passengers can embark on freshwater voyages with Lake Toys Boat Club's fine fleet of Lake Toys' maritime vessels. The rental portion of this deal is valid for pontoon boats, runabouts, and ski boats, including the 2006 Sea Ray 185 Sport, an eight-passenger behemoth whose 10-speaker Hydrotunes sound system allows swimmers to doggy paddle in rhythm to ominous Gregorian chants. Before cruising past Lake Travis's catfish, largemouth bass, and Swedish kings lounging on a royal water tube, nautical novices take a training course on boat operation and lake rules, and all satisfied seafarers must refill their sea craft's gas tank before returning to port. For a monthly fee of $299, aqua lovers can embark on unlimited freshwater voyages on any of Lake Toys Boat Club's vessels.
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    2507 Westlake Drive
    Austin, TX US
  • Neill-Cochran House Museum
    When surveyor Washington Hill wanted a home built on his 17.5 acres outside of Austin, only one master builder would suffice: Abner Cook. Responsible for notable Austin spaces like the Governor's Mansion and the First Presbyterian Church, Cook completed Hill's abode in 1856. By that time, however, the Hills could no longer afford the residence, which the State of Texas soon leased and turned into the Texas Asylum for the Blind. So begat a long line of new identities for the building, which went on to house lieutenant governors, colonels, judges, and, for more than two years during Reconstruction, injured Civil War troops. Under the care of the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The State of Texas, Hill's dream home is now the Neill-Cochran House Museum. Emblematic of the structure's Greek Revival style, Doric columns greet visitors before they explore the historic interior on staff- or docent-led tours. These only skim the surface of the museum's activities?frequent happenings range from seminars by leading historians to events for youngsters like the Easter Egg Dye-o-rama. The museum can even be rented for special occasions, including art shows, teas, and weddings.
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    2310 San Gabriel St.
    Austin, TX US
  • Donn's Depot
    This beloved piano bar and honky-tonk isn’t just train-themed—the entire place is actually comprised of a vintage train depot and train cars. Pairs can move from a dining car to the dance floor, where musicians provide live tunes six nights a week. Ladies will get a special kick out of the bathroom, which is located in an old caboose and contains a ladder to a sitting area that surveys the entire bar.
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    1600 W 5th St
    Austin, TX US

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