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After an unforgettable night, the next morning I woke up and I did some research and found my other favorite bands: One Republic, American Authors, and The Script, all of who were currently on tour together, but only for one more week!! I did what I would typically do...I started planning!! I booked a spontaneous trip, and four days later I was flying solo to Rochester, New York. I spent the next three days exploring the area, ...
... 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 ...
... t expect to do that great but ended up nailing it with a 790. We went to an all you can eat barbecue grill place for dinner. There was 6 of us and we each pay $17.50 and get the choice of 4 meats and 4 sides and they keep bringing it out until you can't eat anymore. It was insane, we chose beef brisket, slow roast turkey, roast chicken and beef ribs with sides of potato salad, Mac and cheese, beans and coleslaw. It was so delicious, the ...
... a few shops and came out with some sweet postcards. Late in the afternoon, we headed to the hotel to rest up and make some dinner. Our legs and backs were getting pretty sore after touring New Orleans and Austin.
Later that night we walked back to the main streets (mainly 6th street) for some entertainment. After some searching, we came across a small band playing in an empty bar. The guitarist's name was ...
... let out a good laugh at this one. "No," he replied while still laughing, "no. Nothing like that."
"Hm," I said looking disappointed. "You'd think that--"
"I know," he interrupted. "In this day and age of medical science..."
"Right? That's what I'm saying!"
"I'm afraid not. It's just the new hip."
We shook hands and I said, "We'll just have to settle for that, then, I guess."
The doc ...