I’m visiting Augusta, GA this weekend for the conference of the Southern Chapter of the Medical Library Association. I came to deliver a presentation on one of our projects at work and I’m glad to say that it went well!
Then, last night, my colleagues and I had a FABULOUS dinner at Boll Weevil Cafe and Sweetery.
Despite the name, the food was delicious! But you know what was even better than the food? THE CAKE! omg. we split up three different types of cakes between us and they all tasted good. We were told even Paula Dean has given her stamp of approval so you know it must be good (and must be really bad for you – have you seen how much butter she adds to her food???!) LOL
After dinner, one of my colleagues and I decided to walk around historic Downtown Augusta. The first Friday of each month they do an Art Walk and so we knew there would be stuff to see. Augusta’s Art Walk was quite different than Nashville’s. As one of my coworkers pointed it, it has an almost Nawlins feel to it – just how there are so many people hanging out in the streets. I was not expecting however to encounter zombies.
We had a nice time walking around and just people watching. We passed members of the local roller girls team, the Soul City Sirens. They have an upcoming bout so even though I won’t be here I’ll root for them since they’re not playing against Nashville. 🙂
We wandered in and out of stores and saw a neat honeycomb structure made of rolled up book pages at the Book Tavern.
On the streets we went by a local music group that was being showcased by the Augusta Public Library. Props to the library for interesting programming.
The best part of the evening was at Club Tropicabana though. As we were walking by earlier in the evening they told us about free Salsa lessons at 9. Apparently, they do this every Friday. So, we went, and it was so much fun! Towards the end the steps/moves started to get a little tricky, but maybe next time I’ll pick it up better. Now, I must find some place in Nashville to do it. 🙂
Do you think I’d be good enough one day to do Salsa like this? 🙂