Candlewood Suites St. Louis
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... fell asleep.
Well, I have realized that I am not ready to end this blog yet. There is still a lot that I feel I need to say regarding my reentry into the United States and the quirks that I have picked up on. I have done a lot of reflecting and thinking about what I want for my future and I would like to add all of these things in a post so that I can go back some day and read it. So for the first last time, I can say...
Until next time,
... come out nice and brightly, we had an hours worth of sunning ourselves before we had to leave. We would have loved to get in the pool or spa, but just couldn't get ourselves all wet so close to leaving. The walking around in wet undies yesterday was not good for the sore sand chaffed skin ! The taxi arrived on time and it took an hour to get to the airport. As we left the hotel it started to rain again, and just got heavier the closer we got to ...
... lake. Attractions have changed a wee bit since then.
Mark took the first leg of driving. Oklahoma is pretty, truly. Lots of rural areas, pristine farms, winding roads. We took the Will Rogers Turnpike. Turnpikes are a great idea. They’re maintained well, seem to be very efficient. However, if you need gas, they’re a pain in the butt. We exited the Turnpike to get gas and were suddenly in ...
... br> After visiting downtown we made our way to the Hampton Inn and Suites on the I55 south of St Louis. The hotel is situated right on the interstate with shops and restaurants close by. We went for dinner at Fraileys. Neither of us could finish what we ordered but it was no trouble getting a 'doggy bag'.
Another long drive ahead tomorrow as we head to Springfield, Missouri.
... a great little café in downtown Bentonville, then it was off to St. Louis. The 5+ hour ride across Missouri was easy but pretty boring. The upside: I got great gas mileage! I arrived in St. Louis around 3:30, which gave me plenty of time to explore the Pulitzer before it closed at 5.
Turns out, that was more than enough time. The Pulitzer is an interesting art museum – it doesn’t display its own collection, but instead hosts ...