Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport - Craig Road
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... I just pictured the whole thing snapping in half and falling to my death. Then we got back in the spaceship, through the inner workings of the arch. You could see the steps the workers used. It would really sick if you forgot to turn a light off after getting back to the bottom. After our date in the sky we went to find st.louis BBQ, and it was love at first Bogart. Seriiusly, the place was called Bogarts. And it was ...
... t be long enough for him. I just emailed Elizabeth to tell her that we want to go somewhere once we get the RV unloaded to camp for one night and enjoy how nice this RV is prior to returning it.
Joe and I just went to fill up the RV and put in 47 gallons to fill it, and it registers that we're getting about 9 miles to the gallon (but that was based on Joe's drive back from Elkhart yesterday, and doesn't take into account how loaded down it is ...
... about how the should eat us. They fought and fought because they couldn't agree. If they did agree there would be one who says something that makes them fight more. Then the sun started to rise and the trolls were all frozen, because the sun turns trolls into stone. We later realized that Gandalf was the one who was making them fight because he would change his voice to make it sound like them. We then started to look for the trolls cave. Once we found it we went ...
... 8221; Then it said, see also; drinking culture,
honky-tonk, roadhouse and speakeasy. I
decided to ‘see also’ as many as a one-day bike ride would illuminate.
unceremoniously dropped off at Elmo’s Bar by Mike’s lovely wife Leslie,
somewhere on South Broadway not far from the City Limits of St. Louis. As she
drove away spinning gravel and shaking her head in disbelief, we quickly
... visited yet another museum- the Museum of Westward Expansion inside the base underground. This was an interesting museum that charts the history of the American West starting from the Louisiana Purchase. There were plenty of interactive propose including animated, talking figures to full size covered wagons. The exhibit I was most interested in was the peace medal display. The museum contained the largest collection of peace medals on display in the world. I enjoyed learning of ...