After all the Saturday panels were over, my two roommates for the weekend and I headed back to our room to just chill for a bit. We weren’t sure of anyone else’s plans for the evening, but we were starving! We ended up at a restaurant called The Corner and were pleased to discover that they had a rooftop deck and a $4 glass of wine special! The wine was actually really good, but the food wasn’t.
I ordered the Homemade Tagliatelle with shrimp. They didn’t have many veggie options, and I’m a pasta lover, but this tasted like plain (dry) pasta with a few shrimpies tossed onto the plate.
But, after dinner we walked around and found yogurt at Yogurt City, which more than made up for the sub-par dinner. Normally, when I get yogurt I just get the plain tart stuff, but for the first time ever, I saw this life-changing flavor of yogurt…
Not long after we got back to the room, Caitlin called us and we headed out for some dancing! We had a great time singing along and dancing for hours.
Getting up on Sunday a.m. for the 5k was rough, but I wanted to take advantage of all of the time I had left with the HLS group.
After the 5k, it was time for breakfast sponsored by Quaker – featuring the creamiest oats I’ve ever had! Soon after, it was time to head home and this time, I decided the train was the way to go – no more megabus messes!
HLS was a great time and certainly inspiring. I would recommend it to anyone! I’m so happy that I went and can’t wait until next year!