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... others before arriving at Portland! I will be camping, staying with relatives, staying in Motels, and couchsurfing on the way! I had a great two weeks in St. Louis with my friends and relatives but now it's on the road again! Ciao from me, Vinnie, and Rufus! ...
Wow! The day is finally here for the "Great Adventure" to begin!
While loading a few last minute items and food from the freezer, Daryl and Joyce R. and Ed and Betty C. came to bid us a fond farewell. Joyce said we were supposed to have been on the road at 4:30AM, but I told her the only time I get up in the middle of the night is if I am on my way to Haiti. Betty reminded us that we needed a "beginning" picture to start the trip and took ...
... beers, assuming that it was going to be very expensive. Turned out to be Wetherspoon prices. Had amazing food watching the sunset over the St. Louis skyline. Talking to out waitress about where to go out, she said I wouldn't as the crime rate is so high. Supposedly it's as high as some war torn countries. Or as she said "it's lyke sum countree lyke afghan or Kuwait some where". Taking her ...
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toasted coconut sprinkled in the sauce. If you like coconut, this is your cake.
After dinner I walked around some more and got a pina colada from one of the
many shops on Bourbon Street. New Orleans at night affords many photo opportunities.
Saturday we walked over to Cafe du Monde for cafe au lait and beignets. The
last time we tried a couple different places for beignets and decided that we liked the
ones from Cafe du Monde best. ...
Not expecting much from St Louis, we were pleasantly surprised, although if it weren't for Laura and Nick, we would not have seen half of it. First and foremost, 'The Gateway Arch', wow! to have been built in 1963 and opened 1968, this 192m structure well ahead of it's time, features a lift, and doesn't look dated to this day. The fact that the sun was smiling down and hiding the brown murk of the ...