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... decided on Waldo's BBQ, which is not as good as before the new owners took over. Played pool and are now tied for this period! Watched the Benghazi special and finally off to bed.
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- Put some money aside for street performers, a lot are really talented.
- Ask locals for tips & recommendations.
- Try to visit things that other tourists don't.
- Go to at least 1 comedy show, sporting event & live music gig.
- Visit museums & galleries.
- Eat & drink like an American.
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