DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Louis - Westport
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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 ...
... of the historical features
of the hotel.
Sunday after breakfast at the hotel, we drove to Lafayette Square and looked
around that area. The houses around the square are really beautiful.
Then we attempted to find I-55 S and after floundering around too far to the North, we
drove down around Anheuser Busch and were able to pick it up down there for our drive
to Memphis TN. We stopped for lunch at Burger King in Cape Girardeau, drove ...
... US citizenship. This decision helped divide our country, leading us into the Civil War.
What did we do next? Having free time and bad weather conditions, we opted to go back over the Mississippi River to Illinois and visit the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Sorrows. Having no expectations on what we would find, we weren't disappointed. There was really nothing ...
... friends (Bruce and Theresa) over for drinks the following night. Mom worked most of the afternoon preparing (cook, de-vein shrimp, etc, etc). lots of laughs. People seem very curious about what we're doing.
Such a meaningful time spent with Mom and Dad but sad to leave. Hard to say goodbye to Nicky too.....
Jim and I flew back ...
... I said in the (overly!) long introduction to this trip, was the first 'joined up road' in the US, but Route 66 is the more famous and special.
We were about to starting driving through the small towns of 'Main street America', but not before an unforeseen diversion OFF the very road we were following. Just on the edge of Dwight, Illinois, we came upon a huge JCB shovelling up Route 66 and putting it in the back of an enormous lorry. The guy on the ground with the hazard jacket ...