Drury Inn & Suites O'Fallon
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 60's and 70's. The only thing I really cared about seeing in Nashville was the Ryman. We got there about 2:35 and they had just closed 5 minutes earlier for a show they were doing at night. We walked around the outside and took pictures at least. It was probably just as well so we didn't have to go through Nashville at rush hour. Traffic was already bad enough. Nashville was pretty interesting. Even ...
... the bus. Now remember the plan? stay on the bus! But for some reason I saw the Convention Center and said, come on Rodd this is our stop.... in my defense he didn't argue with me, he didn't say "sit down, we're going all the way around" he just stood up and followed me off and then as the doors shut behind us he said " weren't we going to stay on up Washington?"... grrrr... I still get cranky with myself when I think about this cos I really wanted to see what there is up there, ...
... in the U.S. That, coupled with E. Faye Jones’ Thorncrown Chapel yesterday, earns me my Architecture Geek Merit Badge!
One other piece of good news: we’re in a bit of a heat wave in the Midwest right now. It’s going to get up near 100 degrees in St. Louis today, though it looks like it will cool down this weekend. Fortunately I’m in hotels for the next few nights; it would be pretty miserable trying to sleep outside in this heat. ...
An early start and very quickly we are in and then out of Kansas City. As the city ends so does the state, and we are into Missouri.
The flatness of Kansas behind us now, the highway here flows over hills straight to the horizon.
At St. Louis we cross the Missouri river into Illinois and with cruise control set to just above the speed limit we look for somewhere to stop for ...
"The lasting pleasures of contact with the natural world are not reserved for scientists but are available to anyone who will place him under the influence of the earth, sea and sky and their amazing life."
"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off ...