Best Western Executive Inn

1851 North I-35, Round Rock, Texas, 78664, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1851 North I-35, Round Rock, is near Round Rock Express, Round Rock Premium Outlets & Cinemark Movie Theaters, Teravista Golf Club, and Dog Depot.
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    Travel Blogs from Round Rock

    Big Texas

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Dec 01, 2012

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    ... br>
    Next, we went to the Texas History Museum, which was interesting. It began with the arrival of the Spanish, with a brief acknowledgement that other people had lived there before … but, to be fair, this is a history museum, and “history” began with the arrival of the Spanish. We spent a long time on the first level and a half … it was generally nicely done. A combination of stuff in glass cases, films on continuous loop, and interactive ...

    The last 3 days

    A travel blog entry by jsmithers on Sep 17, 2012

    73 photos

    ... We didn't give up however so by around 3pm we had bought our $6 hats.
    By the time we had woken up in the afternoon and done what we needed to do it was already past drinking o'clock. Back on the bandwagon we were and then onto a bus to go line dancing.
    When we got to the place we were told no where in Texas does line dancing an more which led us to having an arm wrestling competition in the bar. Being the tank I am I won my round, however watching the second ...

    The Basics of Austin

    A travel blog entry by czematis on Jun 06, 2012

    ... our way out of town, we headed to Mt. Bonnell. Weaving through beautiful neighborhoods, up and down hills, you will find yourself in a parking lot lining a neighborhood street. From there you get out to walk up some steps to a scenic vista of downtown Austin and the Colorado River. While we merely walked the perhaps 1/4 mile path, it offers a great place for a picnic.
    Back on the road to see what we find next...


    Austin - Re-living our university days

    A travel blog entry by jodianddavid10 on Sep 23, 2011

    18 photos

    ... to check out the Guadalupe River, which is just outside a town called New Braunfels. The Guadalupe is a beautiful green river and a popular spot to float down in a tube or to camp or picnic. It wasn't peak season as we were the only ones there.

    Heading into town, we discovered that the local County Fair was on. Well, you should have seen Mum turn the car around - both she and Lisa were very excited to take me to my first fair.

    When we arrived, ...

    Touring in Austin

    A travel blog entry by bonnie.price on May 07, 2011

    ... out. These frontage roads run parallel to the major interstates in the big cities, and the signage to orient the driver is sometimes misleading. In order to access city streets, one must make a decision well in advance to exit the freeway and travel along the frontage roads. More than once we were completely befuddled by the unfamiliar system, and finally looked it up in Wikipedia to try to understand how they worked.

    Austin in particular has much to ...