Holiday Inn Express Round Rock
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... stem," and demonstrated by sticking a fist into his hand.
I nodded sincerely, then asked, "Does she have to wear a Darth Vader mask now or anything?"
He got it. He chuckled and said, "No, she looks just like she did before except for an incision in her hip."
"That's too bad. I was hoping for extra powers or something." I paused then asked, "How long until she'll be able to transform into a car or small truck?"
... around on it!
Again, check out my review on Trip Advisor (titled Coolest Tour!) for more information, but just know that this was absolutely worth every penny! It was the highlight of our trip, and one of the coolest things that we'd ever done! John and Nicole are the owners, and they were so great and helpful!! Johnny from the Staylyns (talented Texas band, ...
... to strip to shorts and shirt in case a cold wind should blow and the temperature drop from its balmy 80 degrees. Not so for the locals, for whom summer in the middle of winter is quite normal. The city is much more modern than I had imagined. Strung out along the Brazos river, all shiny new high rise buildings and parks, the state Capitol and the University, it is very attractive. Not the image of Texas I carry around with me. Maybe I should change.
... I love. Even the awkward situations of staying with strangers and having awkward moments.. Life. It's wayyyyy to short t not live. Really.. Live. We're Americans lets NOT work our lives away. The answer to my old college roommates? Lies there. That's where I stand, and as far as being lazy or irresponsible? I believe that of course/maybe resides in me.. But for the most part I'm just free. Love you guys.. More to come. And I'll def make sure to finish up the Austin story ...
... travel down to San Marcos for a spot of river tubing. The slow current eventually leads to a man-made dam and some rather dodgy looking rapids. The 'let's do that again' mentality persists until I eventually capsize, bruise my feet, scratch my back and almost lose a sandal. Well worth it though.
Unfortunately I fail to sample all the culinary delights that Austin's BBQ and TexMex heritage can offer (I manage to eat Quesadillas in an Irish bar if that counts) This I ...