Holiday Inn St. Louis Airport
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We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...
... locks on the Illinois. Our stops along the way included Joliet, Ottawa, Peoria, and Havana, Illinois. Surprisingly, we saw more species of bird life on this part of our voyage than at any other time – sea gulls, while pelicans, bald eagles, hawks, blue and white heron, and numerous song birds. We also got to visit the new Caterpillar Museum and Visitor's Center in Peoria with Rik & Nancy. This is worth a side trip to see if you ...
... checking all flight statuses I my phone this whole time. Nothing is cancelled even though the only spoken words out of this woman's mouth is the word cancelled. I created quite the pileup behind me at the self service kiosks. People get aggravated. I'll admit I was getting a little nervous. But now I've eaten supper at the airport, and am a few minutes from boarding the flight to Dallas. Weather looks good in both places. So hopefully I'm on the plane down under by 9pm ...
We heard howling. Gandalf says that there are Wargs. They have found us, and the goblins will soon be here to join them. We run up a tree. When I thought that this must be the end, I am taken from the tree. I had no idea what had just happened to me. When I finally realized what had happened, I realized an eagle had taken me from my tree. We had all been ...
... in a white cramped hamster ball with one little foggy window in it. I set my phone timer so I could focus on the 4 minutes ticking away. Chris did a good job of distracting me and you could see a little of the stairwell that people used to walk up years ago through the little sliver of a window.
I SURVIVED!! We made it to the top and had a look around through the smallish windows down at the city. There were some pretty cool views and ...