Econo Lodge Vincennes
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... the Arch casts across the city skyline.
After traveling back down the Gateway Arch we were quickly on road again, heading towards Oklahoma City on Route 44. I offered to drive after St. Louis, but Mark said he still pumped about driving. I honestly do not know how he was still functioning. His summer semester of grad school just ended yesterday and I think he's slept an average of four to five hours for the past week. But as ...
... all day as we were going thru all the fields and lonely highway,although it was beautiful. At one point the GPS told me to turn left into an open corn field. That was interesting!!! I kept going and had to scout out a new road to take and after a while came upon a road called 2000N and that's what we took.
The driver does not agree with Mr. Batista's comment above on how quickly the time is going ...
... it's just drug paraphernalia; send in the diabetic girl with a bag full of needles.
I am currently reading about Thailand and trying to take in as much information as I can before I leave. It seems like I have a long time, but I really have just over a month. I am registering with the US Embassy now and then will check back in with Moodle to see what else I need to do. So far this blog is simply for me to keep focused on what I need to still do for the trip.
... about where i am going to and what is planned for the next week or two, makes me think of home and that i would quite actually like to be back home now with my friends and family. Whilst sat on the back of the bus all hot and sweaty, i have emailed a hostel i was originally staying in Chicago to see if they could put me up earlier than planned. Thankfully they replied in no time at all to say no problems ma'am we can do that (oooh that American can ...
... measly little letters - P, h, and D. So, I took them up on their generous offer and flew to Boston, Boulder, and Austin. True, planes are quite a bit faster than any other form of transportation. But dear lord are they more expensive, more stressful, more restrictive, and quite a pain in the ass. Not to mention the fact that on one flight Daniel still had various leftovers from Berkeley in his backpack when airline policies forced him to clear his bag through security for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed