Days Inn - Caseyville
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... they were pretty taken back when I named each of their home countries capitals - they said most Americans barely heard of their countries much less name their capitals!!! Besides being a geography major - learning all the world capitals is one of my bucket list goals. I'm about 90% there so feel free to hit me with one when u see me- ugh! I think that was a mistake :) I'm typing this at McGurks Irish pub -listening to some great music and tipping a few pints back! Doesn't get ...
Today I took off from Washington Missouri and knew our first stop would be in Eureka to look for my grandma's childhood home. It's part of many buildings that are at Camp Wyman which is a leadership camp for young teenagers. They bring kids in for 21 days to learn leadership skills. It took us a little while but when we finally found my grandmas house it was worth it. Then ...
... lifts pretty much the whole time we werent in Laura and nick's car and introducing us to the lovely neighbourhood. A trip to the local bluescity deli was a real treat ( huge sandwiches eaten in the sun) the reccommendation of Benton Park cafe was spot on (mmm breakfast pizza and worlds best eggs benedict) and going for ourfirst Vietnamese meal with the entire family was a particular treat.
We were particulalrly glad to be staying with ...
... There wasn't any space left to even hang your hat. It was a very old town struggling to survive after it was bye passed. The Main Street has a large eon sign over the cafe where the Greyhound Busses used to stop and pick up passengers. The owner used to lite the sign to indicate to the driver that passengers were waiting. Greyhound no longer use the town. The morning of the 25th saw us drive into Lincoln, a town we chose because our Daughter Nicola was born in Lincoln ...
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We will be calling the phone chain early Sunday morning to give you our estimated time of arrival back at SWM.
We estimate the time to be around 10:00 a.m. This time may vary, but we will call the phone chain when we have more of an ...