Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport - Central
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We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...
... just waited for the guys walking around serving beer at your seats. One guy sang "beer for sale" which prompted a fan to respond in song and, ultimately, resulted in a hilarious song-filled exchange while he bought beer. Lots of history at this stadium and you can tell their fans love the team - over 40, 000 attended! Final score: Cardinals 3 - Diamondbacks ...
... so he tried to answer it. Gollum couldn't guess it so Bilbo won. Gollum wouldn't let a meal slip away that easy so he started to run after Bilbo. Bilbo slipped the ring on and Gollum ran right through him. Bilbo ran after him hoping Gollum would lead him out of the cave. He did and Bilbo got out, to be around goblins. They couldn't see him but they could see his shadow. Bilbo ran under the trees and started to search for all of us. Once he found us he told us of his amazing ...
... of the St. Louis Arch you can see for miles and miles, out beyond the edge of the city and even the secondary suburbs of the city. On the other side you can see the Mississippi River in all it's muddy glory.
The creator of the Gateway Arch was Eero Sannico (or something like that) and he was in a type of contest to make a monument for Thomas Jefferson in honor of the Westward Expansion of the United States. The original plan was ...
... home about 11:00pm, unloaded the truck and went to bed. Our adventure was officially over.
We traveled 2,698 miles in just the RV and 991 miles in the Toyota Tacoma for a grand total of 3,689 miles. All that in just 16 days!
I think we need a vacation from our vacation.
Thanks for hanging in there! We hope you enjoyed the ride. We had a great time!
Marty & Nancy (and Bailey)