Embassy Suites St. Louis - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to Steak and Shake for some American food. It was amazing to be able to have free water and bathrooms again. Also, I had cheese dip for my fries, which is unheard of in Europe. Those were nice comforts, but at this point I had been traveling for almost 30 hours and needed to get some sleep. Seeing my house again was strange, because it almost felt like I had never left. My bed, on the other hand, felt a thousand times more comfortable than any bed I slept in over there and ...
... plate and lots of screws (not the souvenir I was planning on) to put everything back together.
I praise and thank God for His protection and care, manifested through your prayers, well-wishes, concern and comfort.
I pray that your pilgrimage was very memorable and meaningful and thank you for being Carol and my fellow travelers.
I cherish the orange Luther shirt presented to me by the rechristened orange bus ...
... It has been such a wonderful ride for us both. We exchanged long hugs with our good friends in St. Louis and we were off. The long journey through the entire state of Illinois awaits. We will drive from south of Springfield to nearly the Wisconsin border today. We can’t wait to see our family, friends, bed, shower, and even Manny (our little mutt we miss terribly). Once again, thanks for checking out our travels! Ciao, adios, peace, later, aloha, see-ya, cheers and goodbye. ...
... the bedroom, 2 bathrooms and a
separate living area with pull out couch.
Our 6pm dinner reservation tonight was at Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse. This is
one of our favorite restaurants from previous trips. I think we got the same table we got
the last time. I got a chocolate martini, my mother got a margarita and my father got one
of their specialty cocktails. The bread they bring is a nice crusty bread with soft inside.
For the appetizer we all ...
... most insufferable people we've met yet. Who knows--the luck of the draw seems an apt metaphor in a city famously financed throughout history (at least in part) by river-going gambling boats on the muddy Mississippi. A mixed bag--but one with some strong lasting impressions. A strong showing in some departments, perhaps a second run will yield more consistent results. Tomorrow, 12 hours of driving to Tulsa...