Hilton Garden Inn Austin / Round Rock
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... drive-out without the Owner opening the gates for us. The surface was nothing but pea-gravel, which isn’t the best for our enjoyment, but great for his maintenance [none!]. Don’t use too much water, it’s dry here in Texas…don’t use too much electricity, it costs me more than you think… make sure you put the garbage in the designated containers… OK already, we’re ready to leave!
... to focus 100% of my time and attention on the family during this trip.
We started reading books written by families who had done something similar, and started sharing our travel plans with our close friends and family. We were also introduced to a couple of families who had traveled around the world together. Both had kids of similar ages at the time and both had homeschooled them during their trip. They shared their amazing stories ...
... into your mouth and soaking your clothes.
Now imagine that while this is happening, you are holding two cardboard toilet paper tubes up to your eyes and looking through them like binoculars.
While you're doing all this, navigate through crowds in a small restaurant and interact with parents and children during a holiday celebration as THE center of attention and not let on for one second that you're rapidly losing quarts of water at ...
... I-10 but amazing across 290.
Our room is in a perfect part of town. Close enough to walk to 6th Street. Near a wonderful park with disc golf. Easy get-out-of-town access too.
This is a great town. Thanks to SAT "Coach" for the pointers. Dana too. The people here are quite friendly and have given us good visitor direction too. Bike paths everywhere and good food for those of us who should be on a budget!
food trucks everywhere in Austin. They come in all shapes and sizes
from 1960’s trailers to school buses. And they offer every type of food from
sandwiches to dosas to thai food to meals in a cone. It’s pretty ...