Extended Stay America - Austin - Round Rock - North
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... drive-out without the Owner opening the gates for us. The surface was nothing but pea-gravel, which isn’t the best for our enjoyment, but great for his maintenance [none!]. Don’t use too much water, it’s dry here in Texas…don’t use too much electricity, it costs me more than you think… make sure you put the garbage in the designated containers… OK already, we’re ready to leave!
... by the Austin City Council. The ordinance encourages minorities and women to participate in City contracts by establishing special procurement goals for each group. This department offered so much support for these historically disadvantaged business owners that helped create a foundation of experience and success for them to build on in the private sector. The philosophy behind this ordinance is so foreign to the ...
... flipped to the first page, I realized my gloves prevented me from turning the pages and I struggled. For some reason, it never dawned on me to take the gloves off, and this telling of the story was marked by some uncomfortable and lengthy pauses as I tried like crazy to separate the pages with my awkward fingers.
Well, mercifully, I got through it and vowed to take the gloves off for all subsequent readings. Then, the big moment came when all the kids ...
... tagline BIG. FAT. DONUTS. What could possibly go wrong? Enter the monstrous fried donuts that Kelsey and I devoured with reckless abandon. Kelsey had a donut filled with hot chocolate fudge, topped with fudge icing, and covered in banana and caramelized strawberries, and I had the "Big Mother Clucker" covered in fried chicken and honey butter. It was heaven in a little cardboard rectangle. It was the filthiest thing we'd eaten in America (I know, big call). And it was delicious. ...
... we turned our heads in the direction of the Texas Rangers World Series game on the bar TV was when shouts of "Hey Georgie" drew our attention to George dubya Bush throwing the opening pitch to someone who looked a lot like Dick Cheney, but was probably a league commissioner or someone like that.
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