La Quinta Inn & Suites Austin Round Rock North

Address: 2004 North I-35, Round Rock, Texas, 78681, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2004 North I-35, Round Rock, is near Round Rock Premium Outlets & Cinemark Movie Theaters, Round Rock Express, Teravista Golf Club, and Dog Depot.
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      Travel Blogs from Round Rock

      Hip Hip Hooray!

      A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Apr 23, 2013

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... let out a good laugh at this one. "No," he replied while still laughing, "no. Nothing like that."

      "Hm," I said looking disappointed. "You'd think that--"

      "I know," he interrupted. "In this day and age of medical science..."

      "Right? That's what I'm saying!"

      "I'm afraid not. It's just the new hip."

      We shook hands and I said, "We'll just have to settle for that, then, I guess."

      The doc ...

      South Congress and Food Tour!

      A travel blog entry by lindseylyons on Dec 30, 2012

      8 photos

      ... also came along to help us rookie bike riders (ME!) out, and he was great too! Just had a wonderful experience, and I look forward to doing the tour again someday when I visit again!

      After our tour we headed back to the hotel to rest and change, then went out with our friends to grab some Beer-Ritas! :) I don't remember where we went but it was a great night and we had a blast.

      Across East Texas to Austin

      A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Nov 09, 2012

      1 comment, 9 photos

      When you cross the rusty old bridge across the Sabine river into Texas, the speed limit on the highway jumps to 70 (from 55). You get the message quickly. On the Louisiana side of the river is a park commemorating some Confederate breast works (with confederate flags flying). On the Texas side the marker talks about Burr's ferry, there long before the bridge and operated initially by the Vice President's second cousin. This road from Leesville LA to Livingstone TX ...

      Susie-Q on Bar-B-Q

      A travel blog entry by burtonll on Mar 06, 2012

      Every Tom, Dick and Susie-Q in Texas loves barbecue. I googled Austin Barbecue to get some ideas for at least one "authentic Texas" meal.

      The “10 Best” listed Salt Lick Barbecue at the top. 30 minutes outside of Austin, no credit cards, bring your own beer, a fireplace for chilly days. Second was Kreuz Market ...

      Keep Austin beer-ed

      A travel blog entry by matalelee on May 13, 2011

      2 comments, 21 photos

      ... br> On my last day, I decide to go to local Brazilian restaurant with a few of the remaining Brits. Not only for the food, but also for some sort of fruit in the form of a smoothie; once again I had taken far too much advantage of the $1 beers the night before.

      Now Friday the 13th's have never really affected me before, but this was a gud'un. I return from the meal to find my iPod gone (stupidly left charging in my drunken stupor)- checking the CCTV I can only assume ...