Courtyard By Marriott Austin Round Rock
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... 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 ...
... working with a travel agent that we found through a referral and after interviewing several others. But Caroline has really done all of the heavy lifting. My contribution to the trip: the electronics of course (laptops, iPhones, iPads, satellite phone, cameras, chargers, data plans, etc.).
For the most part, we are staying in rental homes or condos that Caroline found on HomeAway.com (or similar websites). That allows us to have ...
... Austin's most popular (not best) taco joint. It was by no means bad- but chalked up to our least favorite meal in Austin. It was white people Mexican food all the corners that make it awesome had been shaved off for the gringo palate. Oh well. It was still good.
Then we went down to the Continental club and took in the show. The bands were like this:
... out of the formation, and a trick play with a double pass resulted in a 47-yard completion on the first play of the game. Ironic considering Coach Royal's preference for the run. Texas made quite a few big plays to jump out to a 20-7 lead at halftime, including a 61-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the drive after the first touchdown. Iowa State actually had a decent amount of success running the ball against the Texas defense, and ...
... few ******* beeping there horns and giving us the finger, something the texans have enjoyed! We rode for about 11 miles in search of water as we had none, the first store we found was dead nobody there, that was bad news we were pretty dehydrated and there was nothing else for another 19 miles, we peddled on looking at some great views across the hills after about 10 miles we were getting desperate, we saw a house so we pulled in to ask for a tap but no answer, just ...