Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Earth City
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Hey everyone, I can't believe I am leaving tomorrow to start my study abroad program. I fly out from STL tomorrow to Newark, NJ and then leave from there for Dublin, Ireland! I will be in Ireland for about 5 days before heading on to London, Edinburgh, and Paris. Then, on February 7th I will be heading to Prague in the Czech Republic. This is when my program officially begins. I will then be studying international business at ...
Route 66 is a concrete road which for the most part runs next to a freeway. Today we had the roof down the temperature reached 99 degrees fahrenheit equals 37 C ,external. only drove about 150 miles today. got lost in St Louis crossed the Mississippi 3 times looking for a icream tourist ...
... picture-frenzy fashion, asked someone to take a picture for us. She pretty much scared the hell out of this Turkish girl, who my mom thought was American not noticing the Turkish passport in her hand. But, after the girl got her bearing after being caught off-guard, she seemed happy. I'm sure she felt it was nice that an American was comfortable coming up to her. The STL airport was an uneventful as usual, and then, I was off. My dad in ...
... was talking about this "last homely home." Gandalf never actually said we were staying there but we had a pretty good idea. And we were right. We got to the home of the elves and asked about the weapons we stole from the trolls. They were very different from us and even made fun of how we looked at times. They ate weird foods and wore strange clothes, but were kind and gave us food and a place to sleep for a good amount of ...
... heat had increased, and it was a strenuous 1
mile stretch, as cars passed within inches.
I was in the lead, and chose to focus on the immediate 20 feet ahead, as
the top of the hill seemed like another country. We crossed through the busy
intersection at MacKenzie, and locked the bikes once again. We entered through the front door of Rockin’
Gators (9538 Gravois). We observed that
everybody else enters through the back door.