Residence Inn Austin / Round Rock
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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- All else being equal, Caroline probably prefers a little higher-end accommodation than a log cabin (who would have guessed it?!).
- Two bedrooms are better than one (a LOT better).
- The kids would prefer to not have to share a bed when possible.
- Caroline and I are both "type A" personalities and usually like to pack as many activities as possible into our vacations. That works great for 1-2 week trips, but ...
... would look better. She also told me that Clarissa, one of our interns, would be my handler. Everything seemed simple enough; I just to go around to a bunch of guest rooms and deliver baskets the hotel made up, then swing through the restaurant and ballrooms for photo opps during the brunch seatings.
A couple of weeks after that meeting, the seamstress had me try on the suit again with the vest she made out of a banquet table cloth. It looked ...
The weather is supposed to be rainy off and on for the next week so we decided to go for an out-of-van experience this week. Also, we need to visit Sportsmobile TX and get a few things done to Bertha and figured it would be good to have a temporary home while in Austin. We found the Pecan Grove RV Park and may extend the stay into next week if they have a spot open.
The drive here from Alpine was rather ...
... pretty good! Despite working early next morning, Joel was determined to take us out that night, so after dropping Lynne and Joshua home we drove back to downtown to a place on Congress with a band going in both upstairs and downstairs. We started off downstairs, which was like a country and western style band which a lot of people were at the front dancing to. Some dressed in proper glitzy cowboy shirts, and most women wore cowboy boots with their pretty dresses! We ...
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