Hilton St. Louis Airport
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... Register of Historic Places in 1970. The building is located on First Street in Cahokia. Holy Family parish is the oldest continuously active Catholic Parish in the United States, having been founded in 1699 by Canadian missionaries. Roman Catholic Services are still conducted in the church. On this day I would like to wish all the father's a Happy Father's Day and enjoy the gift of fatherhood. Thanks for listening and hope we see you on the road, Gary and ...
... Levi wanted a pick up, we then played "hi Jojo" & "hi Levi" in the mirror to each other, which amused him no end, I got to have a kiss & cuddle offered which is always welcome. I sat on the sofa having retrieved jasper from his car seat and was sat having a cuddle when Levi climbed up and snuggled next to me, arms around both of my gorgeous nephews I was more than content, (but knowing I only had a couple of days left to make most of it). It was great to be ...
... 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! ...
... he loved the beans, as they had pulled pork or some
type of meat in them for flavor) and I had the Boss with mac and cheese. The Boss is a
brisket sandwich with bacon cheese sauce and onion rings. My mother had the beef
brisket sandwich with mac and cheese. The tables also have 4 types of BBQ sauce to
try. I liked the Mean Mango and the smokey one the best.
After dinner we drove to Ted Drewes for frozen custard. I got a regular Dutchman
... heard this before?). A plan of action was being formed. We finally made Litchfield where the famous Route 66 Ariston Cafe is located. We had a meal there and a pudding to die for (Well JC did) and visited the museum opposite. We continued to make headway and stayed at Granite City just outside ST Louis. On the 26th we had a short journey into St Louis but travelled over three of the bridges of the Mississippi to get the feel of it until we settled for a coach and RV ...