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... a 5 hour layover in Newark before my last flight to STL was scheduled to leave. I figured I would have plenty of time to still make that flight. That was until we waited for a couple of hours before hearing from our airline. When they finally made an announcement, it was that we were going to reboard the plane, get everything ready for take-off, and then get a hold of ATC to say that we were ready for takeoff. Everything was supposed to be up and running again by 2, but our ...
... tomorrow. it'll be great to sleep in our own bed! Oh yeah, figured out that we have slept in 20 different beds. Tried to figure out how to get the right temperature in 20 different showers. And, how do we adjust the temperature in the 16 different hotel rooms? Washed clothes in six different sets of washers and dryers. Thanks, Sayo and Mel, and Marty and Nancy, for letting us use your clothes cleaners! So, tomorrow, we'll be home! Until then, ...
Day 40-41 St Louis, Missouri
We arrived in St Louis around eight at night. I love the drive into the city. From the east, you cross over the Mississippi River and then pass the arch, which is an engineering marvel. Then you exit on to the downtown turnpike, swirling past the Cardinals Stadium. It is a great layout for entering what was originally, "the gateway to the west". Kelsey, Lynn, Rob and I met our friends Jesse and Lexi at their apartment to come up with ...
... pork loin with stuffed potato and chocolate pecan pie for
dessert. My mother had the same thing except with a sweet potato for the side dish and
we both also got side salads with blue cheese dressing. She had the buttermilk coconut
pie for dessert. My father had an Abita beer, crawfish etoufee, side salad with blue
cheese dressing and chocolate pecan pie. The pie was good—it had a thin layer of
pecan pie on the bottom with a fudge layer on top.
... museum dedicated to national progress and expansion. A place that easily could have been sunk by hyper-patriotic mumbo jumbo instead transcends all of the pretense to create an image that kind of defies description...a documentary film made about the same time the Arch was completed, "A Monument to the Dream" is supposed to do it justice. For now, we just have the photos...
After the Arch, it seemed that Saint ...