Drury Inn St. Louis / Festus
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... of location and she picked The Grand Canyon. Our fourth trip to the Southwest, one of our favorite locations. So I chose a few old favorites and a few new adventures. Claire was two and in a backpack the last time we came to the GC and Calder was not yet born. But for today we are happy to make it out of Pennsylvania and through most of Ohio until our first stop in Dayton at the US Air Force Museum: 3 or 4 hangars full ...
... week pushing et around in her wheelchair but it was a good work out! We have 3 weeks left of camp after this one, then I can start my travels around the states. A load of the counsellors here are going to Chicago then on to Vegas. Flights and some accommodation have been booked, so ...
... The ceiling fans blew a cool breeze as we
enjoyed Bud Light, since they were $1.50 until 7. Neon signs filled the windows and buzzed as
the jukebox played some random music.
There was no connection between 2 sweaty bikers and the other
guests. While we felt comfortable, we
didn’t feel a part of the gang. Beers
done. Time to go.
the route that took us to Tesson Ferry Road.
It was uphill and downhill. ...
... from the side, it looks a lot like the Washington Monument
... but apparently in St. Louis, that's called Budweiser. I ended up with a jumbo dog and it was ok. Because of the delay, the game went on past midnight, so I decided that we’d had enough. We ended up leaving after the bottom of the 8th.
The next morning began bright and early with breakfast at St. Louis Bread Company. The coffee was good, but I thought the pastries were way over priced. From there we walked over to the ...
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