Knights Inn St. Louis/Wentzville
- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... wind chimes. Missed other equally enticing entertainments. Pressed every onward.
Fully one-third of the miles of I-70 across Illinois were in some stage of de- or con- struction, and one -half of those miles were single lane. Surprisingly this held us up only once, at which point we opened the cars windows and REVELED in the lovely farm fields' vegetative smells and the songs of crickets/cicadas. ...
... As someone from behind grabbed my shoulder. Hugs and kisses and handshakes ensued. It was the current District Governor (district leader) of District 9640's wife Diane. DG Tony wasn't far behind. We all rode in the same car out to Oly Park where the convention was being held. The above hugs/kisses/handshake scenario must have repeated itself a million times over the day. My current hosts Anne and Jeff Egan, Anne is the District Governor Nominee (DGN) and ...
... the bedroom is piled to the "ceiling" with things, plus we had to give up our table and bench area to be able to get her desk on. Originally they also piled things into the entire bathroom area (we had told them they could pack things into the shower area), but I told them that we had to be able to get to the toilet since we will be "camping" (on board) for much of the trip. The "sofa" on board folds down into a bed, but Joe has discovered that ...
... and claim the treasure. As Bilbo was just meant to be a "burglar" he ended up being the leader of our group. He started to care for the dwarves and I and did what he could to help us all survive. Once Smaug was killed by Bard, a Lake-town archer, the town was extatic. The Battle of the Five Armies was soemthing I will never forget. It was between dwarves, elves, and men fighting against Goblins and Wargs. ...
So it all started to get real when my parents took me to the airport this afternoon. I wasn't sure how to do anything so they stayed for a bit to explain how to check in. When they got ready to leave I could feel the tears well up because of the nerves and excitement. I looked like a complete baby getting ready to travel on my own for the first time, standing there crying because ...