Hotel Saint Cecilia
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
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... and framed randomly with trees reaching out of the lake's dark heart. An eerie enough site made more so by a heavy cloud burst as we rode above the marshes and the gnarled heads of Wally gators.
We paused at Lafayette for lunch in an old style diner named Dwyer's. We made it just in the nick of time for the "home style" meal. A sweet old lady behind the counter rattled off the menu then dished us up some Southern fried catfish, shrimp stew with green salad, ...
... figured out how angels had revealed to him how to create a new type of energy (of course the government would be after him if they knew about it). Daniel was an interesting fellow. After our conversation it was time for bed.
This next morning Kaitlyn and I were extremely excited because our good friends Dave and Sam were flying in to visit us. We were really looking forward to seeing them and were honored that they decided to take their last ...
... easiest person in the world to figure out and we weren't quite sure what his game was - but it certainly felt like he expected us to fund his night out - don't get me wrong we have NO problem buying our hosts drinks/dinner etc but we don't like when someone starts to take advantage
So when the night ends and we head back to our host's home we were a little shocked to be told the two of us would be sleeping in the top bunk in his room - him on the bottom. ODD
... a good time and it was so nice to do this when it was not
oven hot. The last time I went rafting down the Guadalupe my sides got
chafed before I was even touching the inner-tube. On the way to the
river we drove past Gruene Hall, one of Texas's oldest dance halls.
Kara and I had been once doing our best imitation of the two-step. We
certainly stood out due to our lack of pressed Wranglers, cowboy hats
and two-step history.
... over the past couple of years, Kathy had gone from simple pain to walking so poorly she could no longer effectively ambulate. It was very hard to watch her struggle to take just a few steps. Her life became increasingly sedentary and I grew increasingly concerned. And none of the doctors she saw considered other problems. None, that is, until we moved to Austin.
When Kathy went to see an orthopedist a couple of months ago, I'll ...