Hampton Inn St. Louis-Airport
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... along and at the end it is more industrial and there is a wildlife sanctuary with lots of
birds. Today was another Burger King lunch. One thing we noticed driving around were
the daiquiri shacks. I’m wondering if they must sell other things other than daiquiris
since many of them had drive through windows. I’ve never heard of alcoholic beverages
being dispensed from a drive through, so maybe these places serve other things?!
Then we drove over to the ...
... require of us what is irrational and impossible: the organization of our temporary external life, the life of society or of the state. That Power demands of us only what is reasonable, certain, and possible: to serve the kingdom of God, that is, to contribute to the establishment of the greatest possible union between all living beings--a union possible only in the truth; and to recognize and to profess the revealed truth,which is always in our ...
... God. It was really cool to see what we each value deeply about one another and of God.
We then drove to The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in Saint Louis. We had to go through security much like that of an airport to get in. We also noticed that National Park Rangers worked there. Park rangers work at this site because the ground is part of a national park. We went into a hallway down under and ...