Lakeway Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have spent an entire week at Craft Pride trying all of the incredible sounding beers only to return and have to try the new rotation of offerings. Some other standouts along the way were; Bangers Sausage House for brunch (also an incredible beer list), Easy Tiger for another great offering of craft beers, Torchy’s Tacos (the queso was better than the tacos), the great dive bar Jackalope, Mi Madres for some authentic Tex-Mex, Chicago House for even ...
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We also took in an IMAX movie: Rocky Mountain Express. It had some beautiful photography and told the story of building the CP Railroad from Vancouver to Banff. It was a Canadian production, and the funniest moment occurred when they said, in dramatic tones, “The future of the CP Railroad was now in the hands of two Americans.” It was said with great dread and foreboding … and ...