Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis
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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 ...
... slaves were private property, meaning they could be taken anywhere and legally be held. However, these decisions undermined the Missouri Compromise. The case was brought to Supreme Court in 1857, where Chief Justice Taney declared the antislavery platform ...
... the older kids took takeout as they couldn't manage all of theirs. No one had any ideas or things they said they had wanted to do. It was getting on so we headed back to the hotel via dollar general. We needed a phone charger lead and some super glue, and the pecan pie Pringles just happened to jump in my basket. We only had Aiden with us in the car today. Whilst driving Andy guffed and smelt the car out, to which Aiden said "you sure do burp and **** a lot, I think I'm now ...
Maybe it was from sleeping on the hard floor.. the dream... the mosquitos are precious,much swatting.
Its much better out on the deck in the breeze, the Sun set to the right of me the moon rose to the Left it appeared so Carl Sagan would disagree.. no doubt.
Its now coffee time and lots of it this morning, its foggy out.
Will Becoming Old ever become a rage... in the ...
... how awesome this place was! It's all made of recycled materials and it's immensely beautiful and so fun. We stayed a little over 2 hours but could have stayed all day if we didn't have to hit the road. Their was so many different things to climb, explore, little tunnels and big ones, tons of different and unique slides. They say ages 8-80, I mean I had a blast! Their were a few slides that were 48" and above and some dark, small tunnels the kids ...