Extended Stay America - St. Louis - St. Peters
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It's sad to leave our buds in Indianapolis, but we had to start making our way West. We left Noblesville around 9am after making a quick trip to the grocery store [side note, I have started a great collection of grocery discount cards, today I got one at Kroegers :-) ]. The weather was calling for some strong storms just north of our route so we were fortunate they weren't going to get in our way. We headed west out Route 70 through St. Louis so we could see the St. ...
... 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 ...
... pork loin with stuffed potato and chocolate pecan pie for
dessert. My mother had the same thing except with a sweet potato for the side dish and
we both also got side salads with blue cheese dressing. She had the buttermilk coconut
pie for dessert. My father had an Abita beer, crawfish etoufee, side salad with blue
cheese dressing and chocolate pecan pie. The pie was good—it had a thin layer of
pecan pie on the bottom with a fudge layer on top.
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 ...
... bad weather) and Russian Mig aircraft and this was their only point of contact with a good outlook. We then continued to Williamsville where two railway carriages were being used as a local museum with stories about the local people. Inside were about ten people sat round a table putting the world to right, all old enough to be my mum or dad. They had the bit between their teeth as a high speed train was planned through their town and would close their museum. (Where ...