Comfort Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... wilderness... I have a movie of the camp site somewhere.. I will post it at a later date... I had four different sleeping arrangements at hand..at once of course it was much to much sun on the tent in the earlier part of the day.. it got a good airing.. and of course as it cooled off in the evenings well crawling into the 7'x7' palace and bug free zone had a good feel to it.. the sprawl...inside my fabric kingdom, on ...
... Soulard, the old French quarter, trendy and eclectic, full of bars and restaurants and recently restored town houses, quite delightful. Naked Mike (he wasn't, fortunately) played Beatles and Kinks for the visitors from England and we sang along in the courtyard before falling into a comatose sleep in our house. Off we go tomorrow to Springfield, Missouri where we shall officially be 24 hours from ...
... mean~ he's just a cat, right? It shouldn't be THAT hard to wrap a cat in a shirt, right?? ...Wrong. By the time I finally wrestled Gato into his Thundershirt, I noticed that it was looking a bit small on him. In fact, Gato looked a bit like a sausage being stuffed into casing. I knew something wasn't right...but had no idea what I had done wrong. Then I realized it. I had stuffed Gato into Lucky's (the miniature Pomeranian) ...
We spent the morning as well as the latter part of last night debating on whether to visit St. Louis or to put more miles under our seats. We've never seen or been to the Gateway Arch. The Cardinals are playing the Mets at home. Decision done. We hire "Are We Finally There Yet, Dea" travel agency owner. Yes, Dea herself. She has to charge us additional to come all the way to Alton for a tour of St. Louis, but she's worth it. She knows her stuff down to ...
... was one of the best we have been to at a National Park. After that we went to Anheuser Busch's founding location toured the original factory started in 1852 and saw the infamous Clydesdale's. Then we went out to eat on the "Hill" at Zia's (Thanks Joanne).