Holiday Inn St. Louis Airport
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... and that a game can involve hundreds of runs and take many hours. Surprising to see that a small town in Missouri has taken up cricket but it is doing quite well.
The old part of St. Charles is a beautiful historic district and the town was the first State Capital of MO. The old brick buildings now house restaurants, galleries, and fine shops. It was a very hot day and even a mile ...
... about to expire. I guess there is a legality issue of an air crew working for so many hours at a time. So, if we weren't off the ground soon enough we wouldn't be taking off at all.
Luckily, a little after 2 we got the okay to fly and took off towards Newark. I still can't believe that we were able to fly. Supposedly we were the first plane to enter into Belgian airspace and were one of the only planes to actually get to leave. The airport was still experiencing ...
... zoom in a little closer and can make out the outline of a gun. I don't wanna know any more and we make it to the parking lot safely and Hinesh asks if I want to continue exploring or get a drink, I tell him no and lets just go. When we get to the car I tell him what I see and he's happy to head home.
What should have been an easy drive back to the hotel ended up being a nightmare. Due to roadworks they closed up a lot of the entrances to the freeway ...
... areas became residential, but it still remained as the largest ceremonial center. The Cahokians abandoned Cahokia by the late 1300s. Why they left, where they went and what tribes they became remain mysteries.
After touring the area, we headed back across the river to Chesterfield, MO to try some Mexican food at Espinos Mexican Bar and Grill that was featured on a DDD show a couple of years ago. Although ...
... was so determined that I somehow managed to fit a 20lb cat into a shirt made for an 8lb dog. Needless to say... Gato and I were both very grumpy with each other. I knew I had to change out the shirts, but as soon as Gato was freed from the tiny one, he bolted, and lodged himself up on the underside of the guest room box spring. The following production that ensued required 3 adults, 1hr of time, and the complete dismantling of the ...