Hampton Inn & Suites Austin Cedar Park - Lakeline
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... br> I rode back to the condo before dark this time. I don't like the cold weather, but I managed to have a good time. Austin is a very cool town. Since I have time to relax, I uncorked the wine and typed todays entry that gets you all caught up.
Tomorrow, I plan on getting up and being on my bike by 8 am, in time to have breakfast and to be at the LBJ Presidential Museum at 9!
... cops on horseback made sure people were off the street a half hour later. We were beat and had New Orleans tomorrow so we called it a night, said goodbye to Ilya and passed out.
Before leaving Austin the next day we went to Rudy's Gas Station BBQ and got a tank of gas and some of the best BBQ on the trip. While I came into Texas thinking I just couldn't wait to get out, I will admit that the people and places were a lot of fun. Next up, NOLA.
... of course. Good burgers at a good price means this is a popular place, especially amongst the UT students.
After lunch, some more shopping with Sue going to Macy's and Sam and I off to Wal-Mart & Academy Outdoor & Sports.
Dinner tonight was at the Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse. Pretty good steaks at this place with good service.
Back at the Omni Hotel, Sue and I finished up with a late evening eggnog & scotch ...
Early morning chauffeured SUV ride to the airport.
Flew first class! We can used to flying that way!
A little delayed leaving o'hare - 3 hours! Due to weather at JFK.
Late night drive to Rochester. We will get there around 2am. It'll be worth it to see Connor and grandma Fuhrman!
Highlight? The kids got to sit in the ...
... I'm not either. Of course... YOU'RE not examining ME! Ha HA!" and he breezed out.
As I put the gown on, I thought, "This guy's good. He's a quick wit and isn't easily fazed. I've got my work cut out for me."
After the doctor came back, he began his exam and did all the typical stuff; looked in my eyes, ears, throat; Listened to my lungs and heart; Had me lie back and palpate my abdomen; Checked out my knees, which both have very ...