Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Round Rock
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... you just want to go, I wish I could just click my fingers and be home sometimes!
Once back in Austin, we walked back across the 'bat bridge' but it was dark and the bats had flown already, a shame we missed them but never mind, at least we saw the bats at Carlsbad Caverns.
Dinner at Aussie's which was ok and then back to the apartment to pack and prepare ourselves for being back on the road tomorrow.
... 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 ...
... and Jeff. On Thursday
we checked out Luke's Locker and then I spent the afternoon catching up
with Todd Bartee, I had met Todd at Dell and we became fast friends.
Todd is now the CEO of Aquesana and has always been good for work and
life advice. He is simply a great guy. Todd, Christian Foster, John
McGrath and I meet every summer in New York for a boys baseball weekend.
I really enjoy my time with these guys and Christian and ...
... brake you need to pedal backwards, which I took a long time to get used to! It was a hot day and we were sweaty from the outset. Joseph led the way for us which was handy as all my road safety knowledge went out of the window because of the confusion over braking and also the whole other side of the road thing! I would never have been able to do it by myself, I just followed Joseph's every movement! We cycled through the centre of the town, then through the ...
... and advise it would not be a good idea to ride through Arizona at this time of year, i mean everyone we spoke to said we were mad and wouldn't advise us to do it. At first we didn't think much of it, but the days where we lacked water tought us some good lessons. So we decided to rent a car and go do some sight seeing/holiday/party. That day in Albuquerque we spent doing research and we decided to head up to Santa Fe on the train and see what was going on up there, ...