Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Austin, Riverside Dr
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... wished we had a couple more. Our hostel bar, which you entered and exited through a sliding bookshelf, was blasting out some live music until 1am which we opted to hear through our ear plugs two floors up as our alarm was set for 3am to catch our plane to Cuba, via Dallas, Cancun, and finally to Havana. Perhaps our belly's were also a little full from our much desired brisket and other tasty southern delights we ate that ...
Monday 26th May, our last full day in Austin and the rain that has threatened for the last few days has finally arrived. It's nice to do the laze around the house thing. A load of washing is done in readiness for the next part of our trip, New York tomorrow. With bellies grumbling we head out for a late lunch. We all enjoy beef fajitas at Lupe Tortilla and margaritas all round. We spend an hour or two re-packing our bags and sorting some bits and pieces to be sent home. We ...
... 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 ...
... Wooden Boat festival, then home through California. Lots of friends and family to see on the way. And I'm hoping for some cool weather - I've packed fleece and warm socks, and I seriously intend to need them.. Not sure how much I'll be writing - I seem to do less of that when it's a trip with friends than when it's just Booth and me. But we're available by email or by phone. Keep in ...
... which would you choose to be? The one that causes horrible, slow death via immune system deficiency or one that makes some poor teacher go home and question her choice of vocation because a kid in her class becomes easily distracted?
Then with some well wishes and a peace sign, the doc said good-bye and backed out of the room. One blood draw and a tetanus shot later with some jocular nurses and I was on my way. Almost can't wait for my next appointment.