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!
... also known in Canada as "Little Asia" because of the predominantly Asian population there. We were told to go to the food court in Richmond's downtown mall to have some quick authentic Asian cuisine. We didn't realize just how authentic the food would be, and our kids have been dreading visiting Asia ever since (even Sam Jackson who is normally a fairly adventurous eater). So Caroline and I have been trying to convince them that you can ...
... made us all want to go back to Uni! After the tour we headed to Barton Springs which is a public swimming pool, but the water comes from a natural spring. As a result, it is very cold, and there are rocks, kelp and fish swimming around too. Very refreshing. Dinner was at a BBQ joint which had its own brewery on site, so we sampled some of the local stuff and ate some tender brisket! Yum! Back to camp and bed ...
... she was able to move as much as she was. The PA was very nice, extremely patient and was in no rush to leave the room as he kept fielding our questions, making conversation and ensuring all our questions were answered.
After talking with him, Dr. Heinrich entered and basically asked when Kathy would like to schedule surgery. He also fielded whatever questions we had and seemed to genuinely care. So Kathy chose April 22 as her day ...
... all approached wanting to get their pictures taken as I sat in my chair. One woman was particularly big, but I said, "wouldn't you like to sit on Santa's knee?" She giggled and sat on one side as one of the others sat on my other knee. They all took their turns and snapped photos of each other acting like little girls again, hugging me and hamming it up.
One girl asked why Rudolph's nose was red and not some other color ...