Comfort Suites Downtown South
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... how great the WWII museum was in New Orleans but for whatever reason we were actually excited to go to this museum as it was supposedly a highly rated attraction in the city. Boy were we wrong. First the museum mostly was filled with plaques describing some part of Texas history with a small re-created artifact or obscure painting depicting the event. There were almost no actually pieces of history there but just a quick childish walk-through depicting Texas as the ...
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... find that the place I had planned on camping was full. I didn't let the "No camping we're FULL" sign detour me :):) I drove on past and I think I found the very last spot available. I set up camp and not 5 minutes after I got in my tent it started to downpour. Perfect timing...I also got some entertainment with the thunder and lightning that proceeded throughout the night. Explored Moab for the next day and a half, went to Arches National Park, met a new friend, ...
... the other days yet!) so I've time to spare.
Had a quick lunch at the Four Seasons then dressed a room at the W Hotel with some photo's to jazz it up for a party that evening, looked really good.
All glammed up and the most simple dinner ever (plain pasta) and over to the W, fairly quiet unfortunately but everything is untested in Austin as its the first time. Home about 1ish.
17 Nov - ...
... visible above the tree lines against the darkening sky and against some of the more brightly lit downtown buildings. But even if we couldn't see them very well, the flutter of wings and an unmistakable odor made their presence very well known.
After that, we walked back downtown to our dinner spot - a Brazilian steakhouse called Fogo de Chao. Brazilian steakhouses are quite the experience - you sit and relax as various cuts of delectable fire ...