Holiday Inn Express Round Rock
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... mean more than what I thought Ryan would bring to the role. You can NOT have a skinny, lisping, feminine Santa! I consoled myself by thinking that I got all but one of the gigs, so I'd really turn it on and get to bring Santa to most of the kids. I also consoled myself by imagining Ryan and me dressed in our Santa suits vying for Santa supremacy by duking it out in the parking lot by the loading dock. He doesn't look very tough and I figured I could take him in ...
... time we had been smashed by an afternoon storm, my tyre was flat again, something had to be wrong with the actual tyre but i would see to that! the train was great, felt good seeing all this nothingness at speed with air con but strange not to be on the bike. We got to Santa Fe late around 8pm, we didn't have anywhere to stay and no idea where to go so we decided to hit the first bar we saw and get some beers in to celebrate the journey we had just been on, Luckily for Carl ...
... Then I had dinner at some mexican bar before returning to the hotel. I was hopeing the hotel pool would still be open and it was! :)) I put on my swimming trunks and headed back down to the 4th floor and the pool and spa floor. The water in the pool was lovely as the sun was setting between the skyscrapers and soft and relaxing piano-music was coming from speakers nearby. To be honest, this was a PRETTY DARN ...
My first lesson of the day in Texas was that the term 'Redneck' isn’t offensive, and that those who the three of us might refer to as such wouldn’t realise the many connotations of the word outside of America; I wonder if they’d even understand what connotations meant? On the whole, rednecks back home are seen as people who live in trailers, deep fry their turkeys, and look like the blokes in ‘Deliverance.’ I didn’t see any such people riding ...
... as the state capital, it has a lovely shaded downtown area around the capital, and the Congress Street bridge leading to the capital has a popular tourist attraction: each night at dusk, crowds gather to watch millions of bats fly out from the bridge to lucky nearby neighborhoods, where they consume vast quantities of insects. As night settles over the city and the lights across the river slowy come on, it's a magical moment.
The Round Rock Rough Riders ...