Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cedar Park (NW Austin)

Address: 1605 E. Whitestone Boulevard., Cedar Park, Texas, 78613, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1605 E. Whitestone Boulevard., Cedar Park, is near Crystal Falls Golf Course.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cedar Park (NW Austin)

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    Travel Blogs from Cedar Park

    Exploring Austin

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Jun 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... George wanted to get closer to the turtles so decided to catch one with his ore, but instead shoved it underwater almost growing it. Feeling fit and very hot again we went to find a bar with a tempting happy hour to enjoy a couple of Austin's renowned bars. So began an afternoon of bar crawling and pool playing. At sunset we went back down to the river to watch the appearance of over 3/4 of a million bats appear from underneath caverns in the main highway bridge called Congress ...

    Hip Hip Hooray!

    A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Apr 23, 2013

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... was skeptical. We didn't know this guy or how good he was. And I felt even worse after her first visit. HA! Was I ever wrong. We went in to his office and she explained her knee pain. The doctor said, "Let's start by looking at your hip."

    Pffffrrp! PLEASE! She said her knee. HER KNEE. KNEEEEEEEEE!

    Then he explained that due to a nerve that runs from your hip to your knee, many times hip pain is "referred" to your knee ...

    Warmer is the Word

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jan 16, 2013

    6 comments, 18 photos

    ... almond. They retain their leaves year around. They're a scrub oak, I'd say and get quite large. Whether they are fit to use as lumber and such, I cannot say. They are quite beautiful, however.

    Much of our route reminded me of Eastern Montana until we entered the hills. I got one or two shots of some cuts through what looks like sandstone. It's sedimentary in nature and very attractive in these cuts. The altitude is about 23-2500 feet. ...

    Austin to Lubbock

    A travel blog entry by cn2012 on Jul 24, 2012

    1 comment

    ... and realised why another flat!! ******* nightmare. 10 miles To go and I was changing my tyre in 36 degree heat, this put a sour end to the day. We finally got there 97 miles in total. I haggled the rude Indian couple down on the motel, we got in to the dirty room cooked up some much needed dinner and crashed I slept ********ly to wake up with horrendous bed bug bites. **** nobody needs that.  Couldn't believe I got bitten, Carl survived it *******, although he ...

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by kbell6 on Jul 04, 2012

    ... 50 lb bag. In car, mom's nervous chatter could have given power to some third-world country for a few hours. But we got through the car ride with some laughs. I inquired about dad's new shoes, which I had bought without him, trying to avoid bumpers and fender skirts as requested. However, he informed me that although the pair I had selected didn't have bumpers, they did have fender skirts! He said, "I like a smooth heel.". Lol Mom was very ...