Days Inn & Suites Round Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Texas. We toured the Lyndon B. Johnson presidential Library; we both reminisced about what we were doing during his presidency.... in our younger years. We both have great memories about great times during that era. Too bad for LBJ, he seemed to be what I call, “an overload President” [too much to handle], but he did accomplish lots for what was given to him. By now we have had a full day, and not enough time ...
... enough to not hate us for tearing them away from their teenage social networks (not to mention young enough so that Caroline and I could credibly homeschool them). We wanted to have two children, so we figured that the ideal ages would be 10 and 8, going on 11 and 9. When Sam Jackson was born in 2003, we decided on summer 2014 as our departure date. Now keep in mind that planning something like this 10 years into the future is pretty easy and ...
... such a cool part of town, with some really interesting shops and thrift shops. It was a really warm day so on the way home we went for another swim and then went to see if the bats were out. Every night at sunset, under the collarado bridge 1.5 million bats start flying out looking for food. People were gathered all over the bridge and riverbanks to see this spectacle with lots of people hiring boats to paddle underneath. It wasn't what we expected but we did see lots of tiny ...
... created "Lexus Lanes" out of their HOV lanes. So people with money kick down to drive in the HOV lanes with no extra person. Frankly it didn't effect the traffic (we got into the HOV lanes) and it helps to pay for the lanes (kinda like taxing the rich at a higher rate but don't tell Texas that)
Texas One stop of La Grange: This was a gas station but it had a ton of other stuff. ...
... This wine is from a town my mom and dad had stayed in in Italy before my dad passed away so of course my mom loved drinking it while conjuring up memories of my dad.
After dinner we walked over to the Driskill Hotel. The Driskill, built in 1886 and an Austin landmark, can be found right in the heart of downtown Austin. And if you are like us and can not afford to stay the night there, at least take a ...