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What does Austin have to offer besides partying? Is it a scenic city like New York City? I'm moving from New York so I want to know what is the cost of living compared to N.Y.C? Also, where are the nice areas to live and where are the ghetto areas? Thanks.

Asked By: me me - 7/26/2007
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1. There is all the partying and all the privacy you would like - your choice. Easy to meet people, great food, great music, lots of free events, many cultural events as well. Goooooood place to be... More
Answered By: kathy s - 7/26/2007
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the death penalty?
Answered By: Spike™ - 7/26/2007
i like dripping springs right outside of Austin.
Answered By: Prisillla68 - 7/26/2007
Austin has the benefit of being a small city. It has many of the advantages of the city (and some of the problems), including some good restaurants, a good night life, etc. But it is also small, so housing is affordable and doesn't require hours of commute time to get anywhere... More
Answered By: Wundt - 7/26/2007
Hi, You can get very useful info related to tour spots from . Check it out! Happy Journey!!
Answered By: dianne c - 7/27/2007
It is pretty much the best city in Texas. Awesome nightlife, major out door recreation, good for singles and families ect. It is also pretty much the most liberal place in Texas. It also has better scenery than Dallas and Houston(where I live).
Answered By: Man of Gold - 7/27/2007
Like everyone else has said, it will be a big change. Austin is not a big city by any means. Because of that, though, it's got a lot of things going for it: housing is affordable, small-town feel, can live in a house with a yard not far from downtown, etc... More
Answered By: madfigs - 7/27/2007
Austin is over rated. Lived there for 9 years. Too much traffic, etc. etc. Coming from New York you will find it waaaay too boring.
Answered By: lolo lala - 7/27/2007
Your best bet would be to check out . Any questions you have should be answered on their forum. We have plenty of transplants here, so you won't feel alone. Good luck! ;)
Answered By: ivy_trick_mess - 7/28/2007
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