Holiday Inn Express Fenton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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! ...
... who, was not pleased as he had said before leaving, "I don't want to drive 300 miles any day of the trip!" Enough said!
I actually wrote this entry last night and just as I clicked to save the draft before adding pictures and a couple of folks to the distribution list, the computer lost the internet connection and I lost the original draft. Hence, the re-write this morning. That now allows me to comment on Pat Smallman's mentioning I ...
... reluctant. But when am I going to get to do is again? It was totally worth it. Our awesome leader Josephine took us on our tour. We put on jumpsuits, stowed all extra belongings in a locker, put on our safety belts, headsets, and everything was clipped on. We linked onto the static line and started the journey. The groups are small and you get to know your party because it's only 12 people. A young couple from Melbourne was in front of me and we chatted like ...
... for the amazing adventure and says his farewells and to keep in touch. Bilbo knew he would change on his journey but he thought it would be a bad change. Bilbo is now much more confident and his loyalty has grown. When Bilbo returns to his hobbit hole, he is a changed hobbit and couldn't be happier. He intends to live in peace, that is until the next ...
... The Hill is the affectionate name given to the Italian section of St.
Louis. It is the home to baseball greats
like Joe Gargiola and Yogi Bera. It is
geographically the highest point in the metro St. Louis area, and was settled
by Italian immigrants in the 1890s. Now
it is known for the many nationally renowned Italian eateries, manicured lawns
and a motto of “improve, not move”. We
swerved into Jimmy Mack’s ...