Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Round Rock
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... of Texas. We toured the Lyndon B. Johnson presidential Library; we both reminisced about what we were doing during his presidency.... in our younger years. We both have great memories about great times during that era. Too bad for LBJ, he seemed to be what I call, “an overload President” [too much to handle], but he did accomplish lots for what was given to him. By now we have had a full day, and not enough time ...
... me what that all the Great War On Terrah TSA stuff is such a epic joke -- on the American taxpayer. Follow the money.....
WiFi on the Airline
American Airlines now has inflight pay wifi service now, and that's how this is being delivered to you.
Our free credit card bonus offer air miles tickets have us flying to
JFK and change planes on way to CR, instead of a direct four hour flight
from Austin. No worries, though, ...
... better than your standard mall setting. In the mall, kids are being dragged all over the place, going into boring stores, all the while eager to see Santa. Finally, after they're hot, tired, hungry, thirsty and cranky, they have to stand in a long line for what seems like forever. No wonder they're not so sparkly when they finally get their time with Mr. Claus. But I have it good. The kids that come to the hotel have a great morning eating cookies and ...
... half, still pretty soaked, waiting for our cinema to open. Kelsey was transfixed for a good portion of that hour and a half by the hypnotic visuals playing on the screen across from us, while I just read the Alamo Drafthouse movie guide magazine. Soon enough we were ferried into the cinema and took our (reserved) seats. In front of each row of chairs is a bench for food and drinks and things like that, so Kelsey and I ordered some ...
... at four or five and change every couple of hours until the wee hours (or so we are told since we don’t stay up that late).
One night, in an Italian family restaurant called Romeo's we sat at the bar after dinner and watched a folk band followed by a Feist-inspired singer from Wisconsin, all played at a reasonable volume so the patrons could munch down their pasta and chat. We were also impressed by the wines ...