Holiday Inn Express Round Rock
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... concept of this company, which, in fact, is a chain.
Next we sought out a Flea Market. I'd found one on the internet that looked interesting, so we drove the fifteen miles to check it out. It's in a mostly Mexican area and caters mostly to the Hispanic population. Lots of fancy clothes, dress up parts for cars and jewelry among many others. Neither of us found any "tempters", but I did find a nice, very clean rest room.
I used ...
... some who were twice my age.
Every adult whose child wasn't too frightened to sit on Santa's lap happily handed their kids over, trusting without question that their children were safe in St. Nick's arms. And it all made sense to them. Of course they'd do this and take their pictures and cherish this very moment forever. And for me, anyway, these moments gained a profundity that I'm sure none of the parents ever considered. And why should they? Their kids were with Santa Claus.
... t been in there 10 minutes before they invited us line dancing and then out for some party times on Sixth Street. We politely declined (which is a good thing too - apparently they didn't end up line dancing at all and instead had arm wrestling matches in a bar and one of them broke his arm, good times everybody!).
Instead of another night of drinking, we opted for movies in bed and sleep. Not until we'd walked up the road and had some ...
... trucks we kept finding ourselves dropping into: Torchy's Tacos and the Mighty Cone .
Riding the Ronald Ray-gun Highway
The Ronald Reagan Highway is a four-lane rolling highway with a wide paved shoulder that is popular with cyclists. My riding partner Bob and I rode a 90k loop that took us to a tiny town (actually it’s more of a crossroads) called Andice.
We passed many ranches, most with ...
... 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 ...