Candlewood Suites Round Rock
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... restaurateur, and she even play’s golf! Not bad for only 29. She loves Texas, started up her own business [underwater photography], and is enjoying the 'single life’ until she meets “Mr. Right”.
Somewhere along the way Sarah got hooked on golf, so Caryn and I met up with her to play 18 holes at a “very tough and gorgeous” golf course nearby. Cimarron Hills is an open prairie style ...
... It's a beautiful building inside and out.
Later in the day we took the dogs to Doghouse Drinkery & Dog Park.The dogs got to run around and we had a beer. The place is well supervised by the owner and her staff. And the cost is minimal. What a concept!
A carryout pizza hit the spot that night. Mike and Staci's friends stopped by that evening and we visited with them.
... at TX! Loved every minute of it! Since I've been once, we probably won't go back unless we happen to be in Austin with new people, but it's definitely a good 1.5-2 hour attraction you can take almost anyone too!
After the show we headed to some of the bars on 6th street and drank Lonestar's (couldn't be in TX and not!). We called it a night around 1:00 am, but not before heading to Roppolo's pizza for a late night snack! Good pizza!
... ve come back early (its about 4pm) and I'm going to nap before heading out tonight.
Two highlights of the day so far, the cowboy boot shop - oh my! Shame that the ones I like (inlaid with swarskovski crystals) are $1500. Last but not least is coming back to my room and reading through emails - thanks for your lovely words, stuff like that keeps me going! ...
... we drive out to his "small" ranch via an ammo shop. Marks ranch wasn't currently lived in..some of the grass was about as tall as me! We had picked up a paper target from the ammo shop and nailed it to a crate then to a tree. The guns were brought out and laid on a towel like precious jewels. From tiny cowboy style to massive shotguns! I had a go at the cowboy gun and like a police handgun (sorry can't remember any of the actual names ha!) which was pretty terrifying at ...