Hampton Inn Austin-Round Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... note: I found another Wildflower Country Club in Temple, Texas. Stopped by to chat with the Head Pro to exchange a few comments--he was extremely nice and invited us to play a round right then and there! We said we would love to, but found it necessary to move on. A very nice venue here.
Liberty Hills, Texas -- For the one night we stayed in our RV Park, we felt like the place had way too many RULES! We couldn’t ...
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... it is I will post the link), but honestly this was one of our favorite places that we went while in Austin! Justin waited on us and was so helpful and great to talk to. This place got a thumbs up from us!
After that we wandered around to some of the shops and bought a t-shirt, some other small things, and checked out all the crazy stores!! They were so great! We also stopped at ...
... count. Led by Sarah and Kiran -- the happy couple are also ultimate frisbee freaks -- they jumped and shouted and swung their world championship cup around and led us all through a fabulous party. Young Rowan insisted on inspecting the grounds of the stately southern mansion venue all evening -- which required sympathetic supervision from most members of the Blyth family. Sated with chocolate and champagne and exhausted from dance, we all agreed that ...
As we waited for the storms to pass, I picked up my niece's guitar and started to play a few blues licks to pass the time. I encouraged Lefty to sing along. He smiled back at me, shook his head slowly and said in a voice just slightly louder than a whisper, "Nah, I can't do that anymore" .
I guess we're both growing older...