Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis/O'Fallon
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... d planned to arrive in New York, bringing heavy rain and floods. So now we are considering Plan B, or even Plan C.
After chapel this morning, Chelsea came with us to a local coffee shop where David enjoyed a Baked Maple Pumpkin Latte – yes, truly! It fortified him as the two of us then set off in the Lincoln. Our destination was a small town called ...
... getting my oil changed, having a tick removed from my buttock, and taking Seaman to the vet for what I thought was a tick, but it wasn't. I had removed 3 ticks from my skin about 4 days ago but I missed one where the sun doesn't shine and only realized I had another one yesterday. I decided I wouldn't risk a partial removal and went to an Urgent Care center who did the work and prescribed ...
... about how the should eat us. They fought and fought because they couldn't agree. If they did agree there would be one who says something that makes them fight more. Then the sun started to rise and the trolls were all frozen, because the sun turns trolls into stone. We later realized that Gandalf was the one who was making them fight because he would change his voice to make it sound like them. We then started to look for the trolls cave. Once we found it we went ...
... once ate and we all ate Pho Ga, which is basicsally chicken noodle soup. The restaurant us now called Pho for the president. Between lunch and dinner, we got all packed and prepared to leave. We had dinner at a nice dinner and with over 20 people since the rest of the people who would be joining the tour to head into Cambodia also came to dinner. After dinner we rushed back to the hotel, grabbed our bags, and headed to the airport to fly home. Goodnight, ...
Bilbo has always had a kind heart, so I wasn't surprised when he took matters into his own hands to keep everyone safe from war. He snuck away from the mountain with the help of the ring. I followed him to make sure everything went well. We went to see Bard and the Elvenking and give them ...