Candlewood Suites Round Rock
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Round Rock, Texas – though this stop felt like a "fly-by", it was well worth the couple of days. Normally, as we traverse through Texas we are stopping for a nearly a week or more at each stop, this stop was only three days…. should have been two weeks! Our best way to describe this area is via the several small Texas towns that we discovered. Of course we never made it to Luckenbach, Texas, but that's another chapter. ...
... The next day we had lunch with Timmy Eaton who was one of Kirk's best
friend's from St. Paul's and also good friends with many of my friends
who went to Randy Mac. We met Timmy in Austin when he came for
J-school. He had been in Austin ever since except for a short stint in
Corpus Christi and was now working for the Austin American-Statesman
covering politics. Unfortunately during our visit he was super busy
covering the ...
... sandwich and I tried some 'bubble tea' which is apparently all the rage, it's just milky iced tea with big tapioca balls that you suck up through the oversized straw and chew! It was very strange, the ice tea by itself would have been nice without the tapioca balls... After lunch Joseph took us to the natural springs located in a big park, the water looked amazing and we decided to go swmming after our little bike ride. 5 of us branched off from the others who ...
... we hit this beautifull route in the city, it was purely downhill, with Mountains either side of us, the road was pretty quite and we just cycled looking into the distance, it was perfect. We both looked at eachother and knew it was going to be a great end to this day. We were over taken by a guy who must of been early 50's but he pulled back to ask what we were doing and shared some tips on where we going and to be careful when we got into the city, nice guy, rode with us ...
And yet, I cannot find a Texas pinot noir! Go figure!
Today we roll on to the city of Austin, by way of New Braunfels...a tourist town like Solvang.
OBSERVATION OF THE WEEK:
A common sight here, almost a theme, is people hanging the American flag in front of their home, ranch or business. But not alone...most often it is accompanied with the Texas flag. Proud of country and the state they live in. It's simply a beautiful thing.