Candlewood Suites St. Louis
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... least, that's what I'll believe). I couldn't hug him enough, and he couldn't try to squirm away enough, but I know he and my mom will have a great time together. I even got photos all during my trip back to Bangor showing just what a great helper he is with my mom. For the next two months, I will have an e-relationship with my cat and can't wait to see him in December! Thanks, mom, for offering up your beautiful home to my Smushy Face!
... elevator down 750 feet and then walk over a mile going through the big room alone. The lowest point is about 126 feet below the walk way and the highest ceiling is about 65 feet up. I would classify it on the same plane as the Grand Canyon on the must see list of natural wonders in the U.S. Went back to the hotel to work on dinner plans and a place to work on today's blog! No Irish pubs in C-Bad so went with my old stand by Mexican. ...
... area to see where the hurricane had done the most
We got back to the hotel about 3pm and then sat outside on the observation deck
over the pool for an hour before we went in and I walked around some more.
Tonight we had a 5:30pm reservation at Mr. B’s Bistro. The service was a little
disorganized. They work in teams like so many of the restaurants do, but our team was
disorganized; the one who was supposed to go over the menu ...
I got to Mom's house, and have been hanging out with her... doing some relaxing, and some work on the computer for work (working remotely for a while for extra cash). Nice weather. Her house looks down on the street which is near a big lake: Lake ...
... In the late 1930's and 1940's came dual carriageways and then came the Interstate Highways. But we are sticking to the original smaller roads wherever possible. Like in Lexington, Illinois for example. When I first did Route 66 in 2005 there was a closed gate at the start of the old part of the highway in to town (they call it Memory Lane) but today it was open! It just said "drive on down". When we got to the other end of this one mile section we came to a closed and padlocked gate. ...