Austin Marriott North
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Round Rock, Texas – though this stop felt like a "fly-by", it was well worth the couple of days. Normally, as we traverse through Texas we are stopping for a nearly a week or more at each stop, this stop was only three days…. should have been two weeks! Our best way to describe this area is via the several small Texas towns that we discovered. Of course we never made it to Luckenbach, Texas, but that's another chapter. ...
... mozied over to TGI Friday's. Decided on an early afternoon libation. A little email checking (hey, everybody, remember....I am already missing everyone, so email me!). And, thought I'd start this little blog. Still have 3 hours until I leave here, but now I'm sitting in the Delta Sky Club. Boring! But, comfy chairs.
Plan on some serious sleeping on that plane. Hope it happens.
... world, looking at this mountain and seeing 4 60 ft. tall faces. Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, and Jefferson, carved into a mountain because Washington represents the birth of the nation, Jefferson is expansion, Lincoln is preservation, and Roosevelt is expansion. Pretty cool. We did the Junior Ranger Program there too.
From Rushmore we drove the same day to the Badlands. That is an incredible national. I wasn't as fond if it as Big Sur, but ...
... we got to go to the front of the line along with the first class and business class people. This is very nice in the days of people trying to avoid the charge for baggage and try to carry everything on with them. If you are seated in rows about 22 and back, good luck finding a place to stow your carry-ons near you. We were able to get our things stowed no problema. Robert had also made our seat reservations where we were sitting across the aisle from ...
... were on, they were surprised we were on it! We arrived 30 miles later at the lake camp ground, a little sunburnt hot and sweaty, we paid our $5 entry and set about making the tent up! After that we went to the store for some bits, the owner got chatting to us and half an hour later we walked away with his keys to a cabin thing, a storm was coming in so this was ideal, we re packed and walked up to it, as we unpacked and showered the storm hit and we were so glad ...