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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Hey everyone, I can't believe I am leaving tomorrow to start my study abroad program. I fly out from STL tomorrow to Newark, NJ and then leave from there for Dublin, Ireland! I will be in Ireland for about 5 days before heading on to London, Edinburgh, and Paris. Then, on February 7th I will be heading to Prague in the Czech Republic. This is when my program officially begins. I will then be studying international business at ...
... from the closing of the house, downsize to 24' motor home, travel, etc. Mom made many awesome meals as she always does!
So glad jim was willing to come down if only for 2 days. We were invited to a cocktail party at Art and Barbara's one night with Curt, Dania and Alana there as well. We had good time. Mom and Dad invited Dave, Janie ...
... to the bridge that was built on a 'dog leg' over the narrowest part of the river. The bridge was built on a 'dog leg' as the contractor who built the bridge could not buy land on immediate opposite sides of the river.
So on our first full day of driving Route 66, we were losing ourselves in all this lovely Americana culture. We also managed to literally get lost in St. Louis as we had missed a Route 66 direction-indicating shield. We were now in Missouri and trying to pick ...
... was one of his projects. It was rebuilt in 1677 and stood until it was bombed in World War II. Standing ravaged for twenty years, it was finally bought and moved to Fulton where, as is quoted above, it was reconstructed stone-by-stone. The church had stained glass before it was bombed and the decision was made to use clear glass as Christopher Wren had originally purposed as he felt that there was no substitute for natural light. The window glass was made by ...
... damage other the a
couple of small scrapes. Enough bad news --- We are meeting with all 3 kids at the Old
Spaghetti Factory to celebrate Fathers Day tonight, just a little early.
We hope you will check this blog occasionally and also let us know what is going on at your place.
PS - The crab ravioli we had for supper was out of this world, mmmmmm