Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Austin North (Pflugerville)
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... of the other travelers, aka..one of my new best friends, that is working here in the NICU with me is from Idaho Falls!! YAY...Idaho!!
On my off days I try to get out and explore as much of Austin as I can...I have made a massive "Austin - To Do List" and somehow it just manages to get bigger and bigger!! I am constantly crossing things off my list, but there is just so much to see. I definitely would have to say that the Austin vibe is very much like Boise ...
On Monday the 11th Kasia and I woke up around 9am (where did the nudie cards come from?) and headed out to discover as much of the city as possible. Our first stop was a cafe called Bacon who is famous for their chicken and waffles. It was a three mile hike and by the time we arrived we were ready to consume half the menu.
Kasia got some breakfast tacos and I went with the chicken and waffles with bacon cooked into the waffle. ...
... Another thing is getting off the Interstate. Sounds great except the speed limit is 75mph. Aside from the fact that I haven't gone that fast in the A for 30 plus years its dangerous on a two lane road. I'd rather be on the multilane divided Interstate, thank you very much.
I found a Super 8 very close to down town and settled in cause I can wall to a lot of bars that have music.. I went to Stubb's to check it out and had an Austin amber beer. Very tasty beer ...
... came which, when you're younger, really bother you. But once you pass 40, you simply don't care any more. "Stand up," he commanded, "and drop your drawers." I complied and he felt my junk, told me to cough and finished by saying, "Good!"
I'm not gonna lie to you. Man, woman, doctor, whoever... when someone meticulously inspects your package and declares "Good!" it boosts your ego.
He then put on a latex exam glove and applied some lubricant ...
They said it would never happen to me. Here i was walking down an aisle with a girl next to me. We were walking in time to the music, heading toward the man standing at the end of the aisle. Then, he spoke my name and it was done. He handed me my diploma and High School was over. As I look back on those years now, I call that time from birth to HS graduation, "Act One". It was quiet an experience.
They were both ...
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