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... Anyway, faced with the recurring dilemma of 'do I go out tonight?' when I arrive somewhere past 11pm, I decided to chill in bed and decide how I felt after doing some research and catching up with everyone back home. After twenty minutes my eyes had drooped and I was asleep.
No matter, Friday had arrived, and, finally, THE SUN ARRIVED. After seemingly missing it everywhere, minus getting burnt in DC in April, I had finally got the weather ...
... of throwing bean bags into a board with holes and scoring points. It wasn't until we decided to head back to 6th street that we found the table tennis bar. Once back on East 6th street we were tossing up going to the bikini bar or the dueling piano, the dueling piano is a great spot with 2 pianos set up and people yell out requests and the 2 piano players duel out the songs. We ended up at a little bar with karaoke drinking $2 Long Island ice ...
... a few shops and came out with some sweet postcards. Late in the afternoon, we headed to the hotel to rest up and make some dinner. Our legs and backs were getting pretty sore after touring New Orleans and Austin.
Later that night we walked back to the main streets (mainly 6th street) for some entertainment. After some searching, we came across a small band playing in an empty bar. The guitarist's name was ...
... so we walked all the way to the top where there was one little door to the bleachers not locked. We were only in there for a couple min. because people worked in there and saw us. It was about 7 when we went to the famous Stubbs BBQ restaurant and had all you can eat BBQ. It was so much that we didn't need to eat the next day. Of course we wanted to experience the nightlife of Austin so we changed clothe and went to a club called swan dive. A guy earlier told us we should ...
... me and came to an abrupt stop with his arms out wide. "Ho! Ho! Ho!" he yelled. I started laughing, too, and said, "you laugh just like me!" Then he threw himself into me and gave me a big hug.
One little girl crawled up on my lap and snuggled right in like she was going to nap there forever, laying her head on my shoulder.
A woman in her 30s asked if I would come take a photo with her ...
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