Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Earth City
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... his legs while they ran his bag through the machine (secretly I also just wanted the ladies to tell me how great my cat was, and they obliged). I brought a blanket to cover him with which seemed to help him calm down while we waited at the gate and while he was stuffed under my seat. Max was a champion flyer. He hardly made a peep the whole trip and once we got to Saint Louis, he explored all crevices of my mom's car while we ...
After a breakfast and some time playing dice with Casey's daughter (solidifying my theory about shy people connecting) I got in my car to head to Minnesota. Just before I put the car in drive I thought I better check the weather since I remember seeing a chance of thunderstorms. The forecast called for an 80% chance of "heavy thunderstorms" during the game. So after consulting a schedule I called an audible and basically flip flopped my St. Louis ...
from one of the shops.
Sunday was our last day. We once again walked over to Cafe du Monde for our
beignets and then I walked around taking pictures until 11am. I then had to go back to
the hotel to change for our brunch at Antoine’s and to check out of the hotel. This being
Easter Sunday, many people (locals I think) were dressed up. They also have 3 parades
in the French Quarter during the day, one of which I saw. I saw the Historic ...
... abandoned buildings to the left, right and across the street. The facade was red brick with a barred door and one long rectangular window. The parking lot was a bit tore up, dark and lined with 10 ft. fencing. An assumed stray dog stood barking on the other side of the fence in a empty lot. We entered Smoki’s and were met with the smell of smoked meat and a smiling face behind the counter. We quickly decided on the pulled pork sandwich, ...
... the way was Odell, Illinois, with it's preserved gas station. Unlike in 2005, it was now open and we got a few souvenirs so that John could tick them off this list. (I got your baseball cap here Stef!). We also had gorgeous, smooth, and well-chilled sodas: Cream Soda for Harry and Rootbeer for John.In Bloomington Normal (a funny name!) we found a section of the original Route 66 that had a fly-over ramp built on to it. We did the '0-60 m.p.h. thing', as you do and came to a stop at ...