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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... of thinking where, although minority and women-owned businesses are gratefully considered for procurement, there is no law connected to our municipalities binding them to a certain percentage of procurement levels. A very interesting difference between Canadian and American outlooks on affirmative action in business.
Although we had very little time for cultural events in Austin, I really enjoyed my Home ...
... to wait their turn at telling Santa what they wanted for Christmas. One by one they came and sat on my knee and we shared that wonderful, traditional ritual of the ages -- that one time of the year when kids lay bare their deepest desires to the one man who can make their wishes come true.
And then the last of the adhesive behind my mustache gave out and off it came. Dammit!
Wasting no time, I jacked my beard up over my lip and pulled the ...
... br> We spent the next hour or so walking the donuts off in the Texas heat (finally some sunshine). We strolled along the shore of Ladybird Lake over to yet another bohemian-ish district near South Lamar Boulevard to hunt down a store that was the only place in Texas that stocked a magazine that Kelsey wants to collect called Kinfolk. We found it, she bought it, and we were back on our way. Back across Ladybird Lake and in Austin proper, we stopped off at the first ever ...
... which features dozens of Lance Armstrong’s racing bikes hanging from the ceiling. Our house is a few blocks from the Jack and Adams Bike Shop who have regular Sunday morning rides so I linked up with them. Texans, as you may have heard, are a very friendly bunch and shortly after I announced that I am new to town I have more restaurants, bars and rides to check out than I have room on my Blackberry. It is the same day as the ...
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 ...