Drury Inn & Suites Austin North
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It's almost 3pm Austin time and we're just finishing up last minute packing. We're still a little shocked that the time has finally come to leave home and hop the pond over to the other side of the world. It seemed like the last several months have flown by and now we find ourselves, backpacks in hand, getting ready to head to the airport! I'm bringing ...
... thyme, salt, pepper and chicken stock and you have ....red wine jus. Sensational with a good steak. Tonight we will be enjoying some "Organic, grassfed, New York Sirloin" bought from the boldly "Organic Only" supermarket around the corner.
I reckon "Organic" is a superb marketing strategy that permits you to charge double for your produce! I'll give a verdict on the organic meat tomorrow.
Time to sign off, dinner almost ...
... I don't know". We take one more lap around the block and I make the decision we're gonna get in line. About 20 mins after getting in line a young lady comes through taking pre orders to determine who will be the last person in line guaranteed to get food. I was a bit more than surprised when after she took our order she announced to the rest of the folks in line that they were Sold Out! After taking our order she goes on to say to me..."oh, by the way, ...
... was skeptical. We didn't know this guy or how good he was. And I felt even worse after her first visit. HA! Was I ever wrong. We went in to his office and she explained her knee pain. The doctor said, "Let's start by looking at your hip."
Pffffrrp! PLEASE! She said her knee. HER KNEE. KNEEEEEEEEE!
Then he explained that due to a nerve that runs from your hip to your knee, many times hip pain is "referred" to your knee ...
... you'd like, you can write it down and send it to me at the North Pole."
And I'd ask the gratuitous "Have you been good this year?" Most everyone said yes. Some straddled the fence, but I reassured them that if they were extra good between now and Christmas, they'd find something special under their tree. And as they'd leave, I'd give a wave and give them a hearty "Merry Christmas!"
And that was my formula. Nothing to it. I'd rarely say ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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