Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport - Craig Road
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... he-plaza-saint-louis) and he tried to hide again, but became hypnotised by the chin scratches my aunt gave him. At bed time, he slept for a brief period with me and my mom, but was mostly fascinated by the window sill and being our watch cat. I couldn't sleep, so I laid on the floor with him for a while before he finally retired under the guest bed. The next morning he seemed much more comfortable with his surroundings, climbing ...
... a running race going down Decatur St, so
we had to wait about 15 min before we could get back across to the other side to get
back to the hotel. We then picked up the car and drove across the river and then down LA 23 to the river delta, just to see what was down there. I was surprised by how many
people live down that road. We expected it to be less populated; at the start it is very
residential and there are citrus groves. It does get less populated as you go ...
Hey all. I am really sorry for cancelling class on Tuesday. My wife was very sick, and I needed to stay home and care for her. For this coming Tuesday, please just prepare yourself for what we were going to discuss last Tuesday. We'll decide when to make up the misses class then too.
... silver hard hat came over to meet our car - I had driven round the 'Road Closed' barrier naturally, because I wasn't going to be taken off Route 66 so early in a trip that had I had been planning with Harry since 2006! He was very friendly and chatty and quite loud too. He told us many snippets of information about Route 66 and said we should visit his friend in Pontiac down the road, because it was he that had done the drawings on the Route 66 maps we were using as our guide. ...
... and makes me want to read accounts of the pioneers heading west in their covered wagons. This was their last major town as they headed west. I walked through a pretty wooded park along the riverside to reach the arch.
I paid $10 for my ticket to the top. It was 5pm and so the lines were shorter and I was up & down in 45 minutes from ...