Comfort Inn & Suites
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... off the glass mirrors at countless angles, making the tourists below appear as a crazy piece of modernist art. Our other bit of sightseeing was the Chicago Tribune Building, which was both architecturally spectacular, and had pieces of rock from dozens of famous landkmarks around the world stuck to it. There is even a piece of rock from the moon, which I had a slight objection to since I do not consider the moon a landmark. But pretty cool nonetheless.
... experience so it was naptime. What this really means is it was time for poor Ricky to try to be still and quiet while his poor little bride suffered her jet lag crash. Three hours later, I emerged from my coma and met him at a corner cafe. He's not very good at still and quiet and so had vacated the room. A lovely snack of prosciutto, cheese, and bread was followed by a trip to Museo Nazionale Romano. Grabbed a cab to deliver us to our dinner destination: Harry's Bar. ...
... and full of guessing. The Plains can be very hot, the mountains only hot in the afternoon. The valleys behind the Rockies can also heat up, while the Pacific coast is almost always misty and cold. We will see thunderstorms, lightning, dry heat and a beating sun, wild fires, fog, high humidity, and bone dry air. So packing is tricky. And it is important to pack light or else we waste gas and make a mess on the road. This is also no simple ...
so, the first 3 1/2 hours were smooth sailing. James told me maybe i was right and this trip WAS actually a good idea. We stopped at a rest area to potty and get treats. Not sure which state, Iowa or Kansas. Adam demanded to keep his change from the vending machine, which we needed for the other boys. I asked nicely and he refused to which I proceeded to pry it from his ...
... I saw a stream of morbidly obese people filing in and out of the gas station. And it was! The beef brisket was cut super thin and full of smoky, sweet flavor.
We raced along the Missouri River through the productive and beautiful hills of the Katy Trail. I have very fond memories of previous rambling here, but we had no time to stop. Our destination was the zoo 200 miles away.
We made it to the Dogtown neighborhood of St. Louis in time to enjoy two hours of ...