Holiday Inn St. Louis SW Route 66
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... to his new temporary home.
Once we had arrived at my mom's condo, Max sniffed around, ate some breakfast and hung out under the bed in my mom's guest room for hours. Finally, just as my mom and I had decided to go to the zoo, Max decided to come out and join us on the couch. ... so we took off our shoes and sat back down. We had some family come over after dinner with my dad at Cardwell's ...
We drove to the Arch this morning. We had no idea how huge that sucker is! 630 feet! That's taller than the Space Needle! You have to go up 90 steps, sit in a tin can to ride up into the top, where you can look out over the city and the Mississippi River. Three problems, no four...
1) We have the dogs with us
2) We are both afraid of heights
3) My knees are not in good shape and 90 steps would kill them
4) That sucker sways ...
... Beorn said the fastest route would be to go through Mirkwood. The dwarves were not pleased with this. They say that Mirkwood is very dangerous and nothing good is in it. My stomach drops at the sound of having to go through there. Before we leave, he warns us to never leave the path. We part our ways with Beorn. (Quest literature: Hero gets help from ...
... on our van was broken into. The passenger door lock was punched in and a rough search carried out. Fortunately we carry with us all our money, cards, passports etc so it was the inconvenience and damage. Police were polite and helpful even getting the crime scene tech's on the job. Just have to replace some of our chargers and a video camera went. We will not let this ruin a great day as it could have been a lot worse. Good job we took our valuables, pity about the ...
... Next stop the Polka-Dot Diner in Godley; a R66 institution where we had our first burger and fries, of what I am sure will be many. Apparently in Godley there was once a brothel on a train cart, which at the time ran across two States, when the police would come to raid the brother the local towns folk would reportedly wheel it over the state line.
From here we decided not to take the interstate but to try and follow the historic R66 signs (which we did with mixed ...