Fairfield Inn St. Louis Fairview Heights
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... in 2000. ANZ stadium was the Olympic stadium in 2000 and it's rooms will host some breakout sessions. The opening ceremony included speakers, music, and concluded with a flag ceremony. The flag ceremony is equivalent of lighting the cauldron at the end of the opening ceremony. Each year flags are delivered to the opening session via different means. This year the Roary flag, the Australian flag, and the US flag were carried by a Surf Life Saver Club ( ...
The next day St. Louis was Mardi Gras central. On a scale that is what I would imagine 1/10th the debauchery of NOLA, St. Louis did it's best. The police even stopped me because they wanted to know why I was carrying around a box of Cheerios. They clearly aren't used to responsible adults you like to alternate their alcoholic drinks with something other than more alcohol.
Next stop Chi-town.
Spent in St. Louis: $75
Total Spent On Trip: $1150
Yesterday we picked up the bikes from Eagle Rider, this took an hour or so to get the paperwork done. I have to say (Roger here) I was quite apprehensive having never ridden something this bloody heavy, anyway all good now just loving the highways and riding something that's made precisely for them. People we've met & spoken to have been so friendly & helpful with advise on what to see and where to go. One theme which I think ...
Some people call it itchy feet; some call it wanderlust.”
“Why travel to faraway places?”
I think I got it from my mom.
“Why travel to Southeast Asia?”
Because it’s there. Because it’s supposed to be pretty. Because I know very little about it. .And because I haven’t been there.
My husband’s answer ...
... Thats why they drop people 8-10 blocks from downtown. Yes, they drop people that close to downtown. Balls.
So I get the shuttle (and tip the driver, still haven't worked out when I should and shouldn't) to the station. Thunder, lightning and rain still abound. This is what bus stations should look like. Clean, spacious, and not a fern in sight. Though they do seem to have developed dillusions of grandeur and I had to have a body scanner before getting the bus. And so began the ...