Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis
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... We arrived at Reagan alongside a load of veterans. In a typically over the top American style, the airport staff ordered that all passengers stop what they are doing to applaud their arrival. Which is great for those veterans that can afford to fly, but until the Americans open their eyes to the veterans on the street who really need their help - who have no medical assistance, no social welfare and no housing, I refuse to participate in such a false show of respect.
... Scotia, but otherwise it was all bus.
7. Personally, I would rather have flown from Charlottetown, PEI to Cape Bretton. Maybe that’s not even feasible, although Air Canada does fly between the two. My suggestion: Shorten the trip by one day, keep it the same price if necessary to allow for a plane ride (even a charter plane if necessary) and eliminate the full day of transfer that had nothing going for it.
... able to experience everything to the full. You can still walk around the south leg on the outside, and it IS pretty cool. The bottom of both legs are equilateral triangles, and the type of arch is an inverted weighted catenary, which I understand while reading about it, but am unable to communicate back to you via blog. Ask my dad. HE HAS NOT BEEN HERE, I HAVE FINALLY BEATEN HIM TO SOMETHING IN THE USA.
So anyway, I was lined up with this other couple for going up to the top ...
... Museum. Really cool Place, lovely old lady behind the counter, sneds me in to meet a Kiwi Named Paul. this is a place worth a visit on any trip..... Say Hi from me if you do.
66 takes some flips and twists around here and with roadworks you get pushed on to Interstate 55 a few times, still like the slower pace of the little road though, even when you run right next to interstate 55....
... Several of his beautiful glass sculptures still adorn the garden. We visited Dimitri's backyard garden. The garden is about 35x50 feet, not a big area but Dimitri uses every inch of the spaces efficiently. He raises chicken and quail for eggs. The manure became fertilizer for his garden. He has fruit trees in the front yard and strawberry plants growing along the side walk, bee hives for pollination and honey, even a pine cone place ...