Extended Stay America - Austin - Round Rock - North
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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!
... so it was easy to get up and walk around, go to restroom and not be stuck in the middle between a person that didn't quite fit in their seat.
Laura did NOT like the flight from NY to Costa Rica, head wind made it quite bumpy.
Got into Costa Rica at around 8:30 at night so about 12 hours since Marcus dropped us at the Austin airport. We were picked up by our hostel owner in his antique yellow Land Rover after about a ten minute wait. Drove ...
... br> Tonight was the last of the open houses and it was mobbed. I have no idea how many people saw Santa, but it felt like it was in the hundreds. For a solid 90 minutes, people came filing in. And a I had some epiphanies sitting there in my chair as children, parents, grandparents and adults of all ages filed through. There must have been well over 1,000 pictures taken tonight. At least two newborns were placed in my arms who were experiencing their ...
... stop in Walgreens across the road for breakfast foods, marveled at the amazing Halloween stuff, and then headed back to the hostel.
We were greeted with a little note on our bunk bed telling us to speak to the Front Desk. So we did. And ended up being moved into the hostel's private room for free for the rest of our stay! It was amazing news. We celebrated by staying up until just after midnight watching TV in bed. Bliss.
... exited onto the quieter Lost Creek Road and wondered why there were not more riders on this pretty, traffic free road – until I hit my first 20% descent followed immediately by a 20% climb. This pattern continued for the next 10km. If you are considering moving to Milton just to be closer to Rattlesnake Point, Westlake Hills is for you!
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