Courtyard By Marriott Austin Round Rock

Address: 2700 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock, Texas, 78681, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2700 Hoppe Trail, Round Rock, is near Inner Space Cavern, Round Rock Premium Outlets & Cinemark Movie Theaters, Round Rock Express, and Teravista Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Round Rock

    Texas Tourist Towns Abound !!

    A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 04, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    ... enjoy another endeavor in Austin, so we slowly drove home via the scenic rural route.

    Salado, Texas -- Cute shops, historic little places, 'wagon wheel' ruts in the rocks going across the Salado River, scenic tree lined streets. Ate at ‘the Shed’ Talked with shop owners as we dropped mucho donaro on gifts and souvenirs.

    Temple, Texas -- For those of you who remember my old Minnesota days, here's ...

    Big Hair, Boots, and Business

    A travel blog entry by jbrandlemccall on Mar 08, 2013

    8 photos

    ... is such an innovative idea that I think would be totally doable in Prince George and would help grow the spirit of Entrepreneurship that we often reference. The Camp, organized through the Rotary Club of Austin, takes place over three days on an annual basis. It brings together youth in order to experience the free enterprise system, build business plans, practice team building skills, and otherwise offer ...

    Ho! Ho! Who?

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Dec 05, 2012

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... banged out a wonderful version of Here Comes Santa Claus. I'll admit that it felt funny, initially, being Santa. Just walking around ho, ho. ho-ing was strange and different. I had to keep telling myself that while this was new to me, it wasn't new to these kids and parents. They've been seeing Santa every year and they expect certain behaviors from the man in red. I couldn't appear uncomfortable or lack confidence or it would all be a sham.

    Once ...

    Keep Austin Weird

    A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey on Sep 17, 2012

    48 photos

    ... to the edge of Austin's downtown area. Kelsey got her Starbucks fix (in the same store we stopped in yesterday, and the same people were working, and I was wearing the same outfit - oh the shame!), and then we turned around and walked straight out of the city.

    As soon as you cross the bridge over Ladybird Lake and hit South Congress, Austin starts getting weird. It wasn't long before we were spotting all kinds of street art, gazing at Electric Cocks (a food truck), ...

    A Cyclist's Guide to Bar Bands and Street Eats

    A travel blog entry by michaelgravelle on Nov 28, 2011

    22 photos

    ... house was perched on the side of a hill with floor to ceiling windows and the temperature was 32C. Lund street has a 20%+ gradient coming up from the stop sign at the busy Robert E Lee (yes this is confederate country) Parkway. The urban planners clearly were not thinking about cyclists when they built the road – nor were they thinking about snow. I can hear the continuous crunching as cars slide and pile into morning traffic ...