Days Inn & Suites Round Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... note: I found another Wildflower Country Club in Temple, Texas. Stopped by to chat with the Head Pro to exchange a few comments--he was extremely nice and invited us to play a round right then and there! We said we would love to, but found it necessary to move on. A very nice venue here.
Liberty Hills, Texas -- For the one night we stayed in our RV Park, we felt like the place had way too many RULES! We couldn’t ...
... a kitchen, and a washer/dryer (most of the time). But we are staying in our fair share of hotels and resorts along the way too. As you can imagine, we are using every method of transportation possible: planes, trains, automobiles, boats, bikes, camels, and plenty of hiking.
Here are the 35 countries we're visiting:
- Cambodia ...
and then had lunch at the Shady Grove. What a perfect afternoon. That
night Alex welcomed Tony, Torrey, Sarah Meadows, Annie and Ramie to
town. We ate at Guero's with Kathy. Kara then went crazy decorating
the Grimace house with ribbon, wrapping paper and streamers so Sam's
birthday would lose none of its feel on the road. The next morning,
Sam's birthday, we had very clear instructions from our youngest. There
was to be ...
... over the past couple of years, Kathy had gone from simple pain to walking so poorly she could no longer effectively ambulate. It was very hard to watch her struggle to take just a few steps. Her life became increasingly sedentary and I grew increasingly concerned. And none of the doctors she saw considered other problems. None, that is, until we moved to Austin.
When Kathy went to see an orthopedist a couple of months ago, I'll ...
... and mandate. The other must visit place will be visited in November 2012.
I wished the Austin tour book was more picturesque; I would have found out about "the bats at the Ann W. Ric*********gress Avenue Bridge". It is the largest urban colony of bats in N. America! I'd certainly brave the 100+ degrees evening temperature to see 750,000 to 1.5 million bats flying out to feed. Each evening they consume an estimated ...