Mid-April — which sadly has become a peak season for American mayhem — hit hard at the roadside stop in West that is a happy tradition for many Austinites making the drive to or from Dallas.
For years, the Czech Stop has been a welcome oasis of kolaches and kitsch (need a T-shirt that says in Czech “Rain, rain, frog has no ears”?) along what’s got to be one of the nation’s dullest drives.
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