Comfort Suites Buda - Austin South
15295 S IH-35
Buda, TX 78610
Phone: (512) 295-8600
Fax: (512) 312-4480
If you are planning a trip in the wild wild west, then a stop at Cabela's is a must. With various stores across the United States, the name Cabela's itself is synonymous with quality goods for the adventurous. This store in Buda, is a vast space, spread across 185,000 square feet (17,187.06 square meters), and you will find everything you would need for camping, fishing, hunting, shooting and boating. From clothing to accessories and gear, Cabela's has you covered for your holiday in the wilderness.
This huge store sells decorative items for the home, including mirrors, wall hangings, wicker and straw baskets, ethnic artifacts and more. Other sections showcase unique furniture (brightly painted straw and wooden chairs and tables), toiletries and candles, gourmet biscuits and candy, coffee, tea, a large selection of discounted wine, cookware, hard-to-find cooking accessories and a range of colorful tableware. Like a true market, the shop has bare floors and an open-air feel to it.
This store sells a wide selection of apparel for larger sized women. It carries only its own brand of design, most fashions are modern, sleek and sophisticated, avoiding the too-bland or outrageous pieces that many plus sized women are used to encountering. Most clothing is casual to semi-casual knitwear, sweaters, blouses, pants and skirts, along with some active-wear. The store also sells shoes, intimates and accessories, including jewelry and watches. All items are moderately priced.
Farmer's markets have fresh food, but you need to get there early. A grocery store has variety and value, but the quality of the products may not suit your requirements. Neither of the places may deliver to you. What do you do? Contact Greenling. Greenling supports local farms and makes the organic foods movement accessible to all. Every aspect of the online shopping cart can be customized, and the delivery day is area dependent. Greenling offers variety, quality, value and delivery, all on one platter. And the platter's organic too!
Blueberries, eggs, shrimp, tomatoes, tamales, pizzas, fresh juices, confits, waffles...the list goes on. When the market opens every Saturday, it's not just time to buy, but to meet, greet and socialize. Hand-made soaps, soy candles and jewelry also feature here at Toney Burger Center. Whatever you buy, it's guaranteed fresh. Some of the participating merchants are farmers themselves and ensure quality of their produce. Look out for massages and live music.
For your next day-out at the Lady Bird Lake, rent out paddling equipment from Austin Paddle Sports SUP Rentals. This shop provides excellent implements from and takes care of all your paddling needs. Known for Stand Up Paddling, it even offers lessons for first-timers as well as lake tours. Head to the store to procure some SUP gear and enroll for paddling class to master the waters.
Cafe Monet Paint Your Own, this bright and pleasant studio allows customers the space and supplies to design unique works of art, while giving their creative energies a boost. Fees are calculated by the time spent painting per hour. There are specials throughout the week such as "Monet by Moonlight" and on weekend nights you can paint all evening. Check out this deal that allows you to take ceramics and supplies off-site to your home or special event for a minimum deposit.
Sun Harvest Markets is owned and operated by Wild Oats Markets, Inc. Sun Harvest first opened their doors in 1979, making them a pioneer in the now-burgeoning health food industry. Sun Harvest carries natural foods with no artificial color, flavor or preservatives. Departments include cruelty-free beauty products, vitamins, homeopathic remedies, meat, frozen food, produce and cheese. Kitchen goods and housewares are also sold here.
Although a head shop first and foremost, Oat Willie's has other trinkets and knick-knacks. The smell of New Age herbs, oils, and incense permeate the store, while the music of the 90s fills the air. Hats and clothing fabricated from hemp adorn the racks in front of a display showcasing posters for sale (Bob Marley album covers, Japanese wood prints, etc.).
Cross the river from downtown and enter the wonderful South Congress Avenue District. Browse through its many shops and check out eateries that tantalize the taste buds and the pocketbooks. Check out Uncommon Objects, a wonderful import and knick knack shop, or The Armadillo Market, which carries everything Texas. For the famished shopper, there are more than enough options: Tex-Mex at Guerro's or the eclectic Magnolia Café are all favorites with the locals. After a cup of coffee or lunch, you should browse the retro resale shops along the avenue.
More than just a bargain for budget-strapped parents, this bright and cheerful shop offers unique, appealing second-hand toys. It has been used for years by area day care centers as a source for affordable toys in good condition. Featuring a selection of educational items such as games, puppets, and puzzles of all kinds, as well as an extensive children's video selection. Customers may also trade used merchandise for cash or toys.
It is obvious Amelia's Retro-Vogue and Relics is unique from one glance at its globe sign at the entrance. Inside, are vintage treasures galore, with clothing ranging from the mid-19th Century to mid-20th Century. The most recent clothing era stocked is from the 1960s. No disco nightmares here. Amelia's one of the few stores in town to stock vintage children's wear, in addition to their men's and women's clothing. Collectibles, jewelry and accessories are stocked here as well. This is the caliber of a shop you would expect to find in New York or LA.