Best Western Executive Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Round Rock
... Met up with a young person, an old friend from the past—the “Wildflower Golf Course” days back in Minnesota. Sarah worked for me for only one season, but she shared her leadership in running the Snack Bar side of things, while at the same time teaching me about “graphic arts”, which is her real forte. Now settled in Texas, she has become successful through her motivation—entrepreneur, graphic ...
... love. They will
begoing to New Zealand where we have been twice.
We were planning on taking a taxi to the airport since we were leaving after most were off to work when my nephew Marcus offered to take us to the airport, which was wunderbar~! Thanks so much Marcus!
In line to board in Austin this am, frantically trying to suspend our expensive internet data account until we get back from Costa Rica.
Was supposed to ...
... in to limiting myself to just a few phrases and quickly developed some standard responses to questions and things to say to the kids. No need for conversation from Santa, no profound words are required. Just some jolly, sincere laughter, some encouragement and praise, and the kids -- and parents -- leave happy. And the kids have been incredible. They're all well-behaved and they don't ask for impossible and awkward things like making dead parents come back to ...
... rain. And it rained. And rained. And rained. And we decided against catching the bus. Because who knows why. And so it rained some more. We huddled underneath the tiny umbrella and got absolutely soaked walking across the city to Congress Street. We stopped off at a Starbucks so Kelsey could grab another spiced pumpkin latte on the way.
There was no way we were walking any more, so once we hit Congress we staked out a ...
... accidents and the near amputation of his leg; and about the time he was ticketed by the notorious Williamson County Sheriff Department for riding 64mph in a 60mph zone! This sounded hard to believe until our ride leader confirmed he was there. Another rider received a ticket in Williamson County for running a yellow and the officer told him that he couldn’t run a yellow in “Wilco” unless he had bumpers! The good ...