Hilton Garden Inn Austin / Round Rock
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Austin / Round Rock
Travel Blogs from Round Rock
... to a woman named Katrina's home (see photo), and also my afternoon cowgirl boot shopping at Allans Boot shop followed by lunch at one of Austin's many food trucks parked in empty lots. I spent some time on 6th Avenue, made famous for its live music and boutique shops, which is where I purchased a "Keep Austin Weird" bumper sticker which you'll see on my laptop when I return home to Prince George. The Capital building was ...
... then tucked it under my left hip. If anyone noticed, they didn't let on, and I will continue to choose to believe I dodged a bullet. And my image suffered a little because you could kinda tell I wasn't wearing a mustache any more after that. But the one neat thing about kids is that since they believe, there's a very real possibility that they wouldn't question.
The first of the dozen events ended well enough and I received some positive feedback ...
... of a pilgrimage for Kelsey - I also found $2 on the floor and that paid for our bottles of water, brilliant!). We checked out Waterloo Records and Book People and did even more window shopping before walking all the way down Sixth Street and back to Congress where we jumped on a bus and went straight back to the hostel.
One of the hostel volunteers, Monica, was running a little movie night slash free dinner, and who were we to say no to Bill & Ted's Excellent ...
... 3 Ironman, and many of the club members are either riding or volunteering so the ride leaders decide to take our group of twenty on a 50k no-drop ride through the city. Austin has a rich network of bicycle lanes that seem to get repaved more frequently than the roads.
Most of the group is team oriented and respectful of the no-drop rules, but there is one hammerhead in the group – an x-racer named Bob – who ...
... out. These frontage roads run parallel to the major interstates in the big cities, and the signage to orient the driver is sometimes misleading. In order to access city streets, one must make a decision well in advance to exit the freeway and travel along the frontage roads. More than once we were completely befuddled by the unfamiliar system, and finally looked it up in Wikipedia to try to understand how they worked.
Austin in particular has much to ...