Days Inn & Suites Round Rock

Address: 1802 South IH-35, Round Rock, Texas, 78681, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1802 South IH-35, Round Rock, is near Round Rock Premium Outlets & Cinemark Movie Theaters, Round Rock Express, Run-Tex, and Forest Creek Golf Club.
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      Travel Blogs from Round Rock

      Texas Tourist Towns Abound !!

      A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 04, 2014

      2 comments, 25 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Marcus,Miracles Live Music Capital of World

      A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jan 21, 2013

      12 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Ho! Ho! Who?

      A travel blog entry by elk_oil on Dec 05, 2012

      4 comments, 4 photos

      ... gingerbread village in the lobby with the model train that runs through it. And there are only so many kids that can cycle through a hotel. In a mall, well, it seems like every kid in the world shows up at once.

      And at the Teas, there aren't any babies. All the kids are old enough to handle themselves. The babies arrive for the open houses, so there's some crying that goes on, but a few camera flashes later and they move on with their parents. No big ...

      Pretty Much The Ocean

      A travel blog entry by liamandkelsey on Sep 16, 2012

      20 photos

      ... ran up to the bus stop across the road where we waited 15 minutes or so before hopping on a bus back Downtown. From there we rode another bus out to the hostel. We stopped off at a Mexican joint for some dinner, Taquerias Arandinas. Kelsey ate a gigantic taco salad with refried beans, and I had the most enormous plate of nachos I'd ever seen. We also had a couple of Diet Cokes, and the meal only cost us $16! Brilliant. We made a ...

      A Cyclist's Guide to Bar Bands and Street Eats

      A travel blog entry by michaelgravelle on Nov 28, 2011

      22 photos

      ... city of Austin is flat in the east and the hilly suburbs of Westlake Hills and Rollingwood are popular with cyclists. To my surprise, most of them ride on the wide paved shoulders of the two four-lane highways running through the area, Bee Cave Road and Loop 360.  ; Smooth pavement, safe and scenic but the high speed traffic whizzing by a few feet away can spoil the mood.

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