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... of the hottest venues in Austin.
Morin Scott opened The Continental Club in 1957 as a private supper club and venue for big bands like Tommy Dorsey. It was believed to be the first venue in Travis County to sell liquor by the glass. In the 60s it was a titty bar. The venue changed hands in the 70s and that's when it became the legendary music venue that hosted the likes of ZZ Top, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Ely, and Junior Brown. It was retro fitted in the 80s and ...
... we needed. It was the ideal house we would be looking for if we were able to afford such a thing in Austin. Kaitlyn and I unloaded the car, took some showers and got all gussied up for their arrival. After picking them up from the airport the first thing on everyone’s to do list was eat. Since it was Texas our first choice was BBQ. I had done some extensive research on the subject and determined that John Mueller’s BBQ was a must. Much ...
... heat and see the real Austin sights.
First stop Barton Springs - a 1000 foot long natural springs swimming pool. They even have a section partitioned off for dogs - it was kinda funny watching the owners out swimming with their pets - some even had arm bands etc which was cool. We walked about the huge park - watching people playing sports, doing yoga and playing music
Then we went to get some delicious Pizza (I really miss American Pizza!!) and headed ...
... like work, but more humid!) So before settling into the pool, we set up our RV and then made way up the street to catch the bus into town.
About two hours later, and some serious heat stroke we arrived into town off the bus! We were only 5-6 mile from town! Jen and I concluded the local bus system consisted solely of every versions of the Transperth Circle Route( basically taking every other route except the direct one!) I was feeling a little delirious getting off ...
... would look better. She also told me that Clarissa, one of our interns, would be my handler. Everything seemed simple enough; I just to go around to a bunch of guest rooms and deliver baskets the hotel made up, then swing through the restaurant and ballrooms for photo opps during the brunch seatings.
A couple of weeks after that meeting, the seamstress had me try on the suit again with the vest she made out of a banquet table cloth. It looked ...
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