Hampton Inn St. Louis - NW I-270
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... others before arriving at Portland! I will be camping, staying with relatives, staying in Motels, and couchsurfing on the way! I had a great two weeks in St. Louis with my friends and relatives but now it's on the road again! Ciao from me, Vinnie, and Rufus! ...
Wow! The day is finally here for the "Great Adventure" to begin!
While loading a few last minute items and food from the freezer, Daryl and Joyce R. and Ed and Betty C. came to bid us a fond farewell. Joyce said we were supposed to have been on the road at 4:30AM, but I told her the only time I get up in the middle of the night is if I am on my way to Haiti. Betty reminded us that we needed a "beginning" picture to start the trip and took ...
... and begs us that we don't give up. Finally, Bilbo hears the thrush knock. He hollers at us to hurry over. The moon shines on the door, and we see the keyhole. We have made it into the Lonely Mountain. Bilbo is voted to go into the mountain because he has the ring, and he will be able to sneak past Smaug. Bilbo goes into the tunnel, and we wait for his return. After some time had past, Bilbo comes rushing out of the tunnel. He tells us that he snuck past Smaug. To prove he ...
... dive bars. What did the dive bars have in common? The patrons were ‘regulars’, and known by
name. The bars were typically small and dimly
lit, but often had some interesting and meaningful decor. The furnishings were older and simple. The beer selections were limited and
inexpensive. They usually had a colorful
history, and the bartenders knew it well and were eager to share it. Music was common to them all, but there was
... 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 ...