Hampton Inn Austin-Round Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... a convenience store to get some snacks for breakfast then the half our up teh winding steep road to his new location. The view was amazing! We stayed up to midnight visiting with Alonso and hearing his plans for his new location high above San Jose.
No noisy city, just neighborhood dogs barking so put in my earplugs in and slept quite well. Up here in the cloud forest area it was 52 degrees. Nice transition after all the cold temps in early Jan in TX.
... and first visit with Santa. And then I wondered just where these pictures would end up; the walls on which they would hang, the computer wallpapers they'd become, the photo albums they'd be filed away in, the Facebook posts and all the "likes" and comments that would follow. These pictures were for posterity. Those infants would grow up and look upon these photos seeing themselves in Santa's arms, then pass it on when their time comes. These mothers, fathers ...
... Once inside, we waited some more for the actual Greyhound counter to open, checked our bags at the front of the line, and only just managed to buy a couple of breakfast subs from the Subway in the terminal before our bus started boarding. We grabbed a couple of seats together and settled in for the next ten hours.
Nothing spectacular happened on the journey. We slept, we listened to more music, we read, we played Bejeweled. We stopped ...
... the top restaurant in Austin is possibly the best Sushi restaurant I have ever been to – certainly the most creative.
We particularly liked the tempura brie with apple and yam. It is a busy place. The only reservation we could get was 5:30 on a Tuesday night and it was packed!
The Casa De Luz Center for Integral Studies is the only vegan, organic macrobiotic restaurant in Texas, or so we are told. Sue and ...
When traveling in Texas in the past, I'd always landed in Dallas, and departed from Dallas, and never spent much time on the interstates. I was to learn on this trip and Texas is a land unto itself in its road designs. Maneuvering the major highways through Dallas and Austin and Houston became quite a challenge. The issue is frontage roads. Texas really likes frontage roads (they call them feeders). I guess it's because the state is so spacious that they can ...