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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so peaceful with no big trucks whooshing past. Paul even managed a hit of a golf ball round the grassy area!
The hotel was another ...
... The reception was an elegant and light-hearted affair.
The following afternoon we were treated to a Cardinals vs. Cubs baseball game at Busch Stadium. It was a brutally hot day but luckily our seats were in the shade. We skipped out of the game early to catch our flight back to Toronto.
We wish the newlyweds much love and happiness.
... and his favorite bible verse is John 11:35 - Jesus wept.
He goes on to say the best thing that has ever happened to him is that God has given him education. When asked what do you pray for ... he says to complete my education, for my sponsor and family.
It was so sweet ... as we were leaving Judy's office Connor ...
... further convincing me that it wasn’t worth the effort.
Having seen the ketchup bottle, we then had the difficult task of finding our hotel which I knew wasn’t going to be easy. I had come to this conclusion because as we had been looking for the big bottle I had also been keeping my eyes peeled for our hotel with little success. Our map instructions had informed us that we had to come off at junction 32 on Interstate 270 west, though in reality it ...
... the Gateway Arch, located on the Mississippi River is the tallest National Monument...taller than the Statue of Liberty, taller than Sequoia Trees, and taller than Niagra Falls. (If you've noticed, I've listed all the places Joseph and I have already visited.) It is 630+ feet tall. Neither Joseph nor I are afraid of heights so we took the mini-elevator up to the top. From there, you can see ...