Courtyard By Marriott Austin Round Rock
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... means we all shared a few moments looking for golf balls in the tall stuff. For those of you in the know, it’s a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, which means it’s tough! Afterwards, she was gracious enough to take us out for dinner, and we all shared our 'current events’ doings over a fantastic Mexican meal. Thanks Sarah for sharing the day with us!!
Austin, Texas -- After golf we drove down into Austin, ...
... of the world, and wanted to impart something similar to our kids. Our first thought was to spend a year living abroad like Caroline had, but we had a hard time selecting just one country. One conversation led to another until one of us said "why don't we just go to all of them?!" And that's how this world trip came to be.
In order to have a meaningful impact on our children, they needed to be old enough to remember the experience, but ...
... inside as it was on fire! Very spicy. We then sampled some home made ice cream to take the mouth burn sensation away! The next day we got up and went and had some Texas BBQ. We were a little disappointed though. We got a sampler so we could try a few bits and pieces. Nothing was really amazing but it did the job. We then went for a look around Soco, as all the shops were open. We stopped in to get some Amy's ice cream as our friends from the previous night had recommended it. ...
... the governance (more on that later) all feel like they are *from* Texas. One standout- a fellow I spoke with in Austin who said "I'm not from Texas- I'm from Austin". The Texas sound is a good one. Say what you will about Texas politics (not a fan) the music is terrific. From honky tonk to electric blues- this is a state that has a great sound.
The Katy Lanes: The city of ...
... hour which I believe is served nightly. We arrived in the evening so we had just enough time to grab a couple drinks, shower and head out to dinner. We went to a restaurant called "La Traviata". The food and service and presentation were very good. I would suggest to anybody to order the crispy rosemary polenta in a Gorgonzola sauce...I only wish I had the recipe for it. We also ordered a bottle of red wine ...