Value Place Austin, TX (Northcentral)
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The bad weather kept following me everywhere. After briefly stopping off at San Antonio for two hours or so - blitzing the Alamo and some Mexican food in the process - I arrived in Austin to heavy drizzle (no that is a thing, yes it is also a thing outside Britain). Luckily my first night in Austin was incredible, and I didn't even leave the hostel. It may make no sense, but I'd heard a lot about Austin, their unofficial motto is the most delightful ...
... 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 ...
... kids for 11 days. The
first weekend I traveled back to Lex Vegas for my 20th year reunion.
W&L does a great job with reunions, over 50% of my pledge class was
back and I caught up with a lot of great teammates. Kara and the kids
headed to Austin from Dallas where we had spent a night with the
The first weekend Sasha and Carrie Godin came in from the Charm City.
This was Sam's first friend to visit us ...
... 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 ...
... or different. The kids didn't want conversation. These weren't teachable moments. So I just sat there and played the role. Easy-peasy.
Another thing I learned was that I was there as much for the parents as the kids. The hopes and joys that moms and dads pin on their children meeting Santa are great, indeed. And for grown-ups without kids, they wanted to turn back the clock and feel young again, so I treated them no differently than the kids. ...