Extended Stay America - St. Louis - St. Peters
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... so familiar. He is clearly very, very intelligent and I hope to read more of his work. We then discussed the pitfalls of America- e.g. having to drive 20 minutes to get to a decent bakery to buy real bread that doesn't have high fructose corn syrup or growth hormones in it.....
We then went to Washington University School of Law (confusingly neither in Washington the state or the city). We met with Professor Norwood and she had the skill of turning a chat into a ...
... the pincushion beds of succulents on either side of the garden path leading up to the Victorian house near the maze. The previous succulents would have gone to God after the snowfall.
It is small enough garden to walk around the entire garden even on a hot day when you are starting to feel less than flash, as I was.
The spring flowers would have been impressive a month ago, but the magnolias are fine anyway.
After returning to the hotel, we ...
... given I was going NW to Washington State, but I did as I was told and soon was on 75 North. Not far to Tennessee, crossed over at 11am and discovered right away that the ROADS in Georgia are better but WOW those pretty mountains and lakes in Tennessee! See pics. Within 2 hours, I passed my first double-wide slowing down traffic... on a pot-holed freeway... and figured out why I don't live in Tennessee... Did 2 sets of twenty minute bits of ...
April 20th Rich and I will be celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. Three kids and spouses and 7 grand kids later we have realized what an accomplishment we have acquired. We decided to celebrate by taking a cruise to Alaska. We embark on our journey May 2nd with a flight into Seattle. On May 3rd we set sail for Alaska and the inside passage. We will ...
... decided we could walk 3 blocks more. Yes, well 3 blocks isn't that far is it? We've walked that and lots more many a time, no problem. By the end of the first block I was starting to feel the cold, by the end of the second block my eyes felt a bit like they were freezing in the sockets and by the time we got to where the Post Office was supposed to be my brain was aching.. even Rodd was feeling it by now. We walked past a few office blocks with workers out in the cold for a quick ...