Hotel Saint Cecilia
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the evening and met Seth, Lara and Colby and after a few drinks as we enjoyed catching up we headed out to the bar strip of 7th street which was buzzing with college returners. We stayed here for the duration of the evening hopping between bars which was great fun and thankfully- inexpensive. The following day we did some exploring in Austin with Seth and Lara viewing the ...
... here and getting away from the rat race in Washington, DC. Our dinner was at an infamous BBQ place called "The Salt Lick" it was BBQ Texas Style (reminded me of the New England Lobster in the Ruff places)...Great food.
Next day was the Capitol Building. These State Capitol buildings are always beautiful buildings with wonderful architecture, wood work, and granite, and lots of ambience. Then if was off to the Texas Museum ...
Once again we missed the 9.30am cut off at breakfast, which I think is way too early anyway, but I didn't expect to make it getting to bed at 3am. We ended up sleeping until after midday and once again headed over to the IHOP for breakfast, it wasn't as packed as yesterday, being a Sunday yesterday it was crazy, we even had to wait for a table. Today being Monday wasn't as bad. After filling up on breakfast we went back to our room and organized ...
6th St in Austin is the place to go. Pubs Clubs and the Museum of the Wierd.
We did have fun in the evening. Too stuffed to go far so we went to the TexMex restaurant next door. Dale Watson was playing and we had a great time. Good entertainer and coming to Melbourne in November/December.
We were the last to leave. kicked out again.
... 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.