Courtyard by Marriott Airport / Earth City
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We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...
It's Saturday evening. The mini-van has been rented and we're taking our time getting things packed. The mini-van turned out to be nicer than I expected. It's a late model Chrysler Town & Country.
Tomorrow morning we hit ...
... through the displays we headed for downtown. The idea was to get to the Gateway Arch before the crowds and heat. I had no idea what a big deal the arch is. Its managed by the National Park Service and is much more than just the arch. Even though we beat the big crowds, we still had to wait in line for quite some time. Eventually it was our turn to go up in the arch. So those of you who may have done this ...
... They fed us with a lot of food, and we had all restored our strength. Thorin had a map and swords that he needed Elrond, the chief of the Elves to read for us. Elrond told us that we have some very important swords with us, and that the map says when the thrush knocks, the last light of Durin's Day will shine and reveal the keyhole. After staying for fourteen days at Rivendall, we headed back on their journey. (Diversity in the Middle ...
... the jukebox blared some track that drowned out any further
conversation, save for the $4 tab. I paid
it gladly; we mounted up and left. The beer
didn’t sit well.
on down Broadway, dodging glass, screws, and an assortment of tire destroying
objects along our lane. I’d forgotten
just how hilly my hometown was. It was a
rare moment when we were on flat roads.
We were either struggling up a long ...