Hampton Inn Austin-Round Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and bring to life the myths and lore children have been hearing about their whole lives. Christmas time is a wonderous goal for every child; the validation that they've been good all year. They've been hearing songs and stories since before they understood them and I would be the iconic man to whom they turned with their deepest wishes and fondest desires. This was heavy duty stuff.
One day Emanulle was finalizing the schedule with me when she told ...
... 20 minutes then went on his way, the ride was excellent and before we knew it we were in the middle of the city. Now by this point our plans had hit a stumbling block, the weather where we were was around the 36-38 degree mark and it was HOT, we had started to become used to it, but the lack of water at times was hard to pull through. Ahead of us the outlook was bleak it was getting hotter and the distances between places was getting longer, much longer! We decided after ...
... Duringt one of the breaks they served a cake that looked just like mudcake. I had a slice but soon I realized it was chocolate with....chili!! lol... So I put it aside and didn't finish it. haha.. It was just too strong and.. chili in a chocolate cake? lol.. After todays session was over we decided to split up because my two fellow travelers wanted to go check out some ghost town and I wanted to check out ...
... where we managed to walk alongside a row of Portaloos before finding ourselves in a corner we couldn’t escape from, not the best place to be at any time, let alone when thousands of people are using the things. A sit-down beside some squealing eighteen-year-olds pushed us to make our next move over to the Honda Stage where Santigold wowed us with her music before Coldplay, the main event, started the unforgettable ‘Yellow’ as the sun set; ...
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 ...