BEST WESTERN Shalimar Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
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We gotta get out of this place! If it's the last thing we ever do -- The Animals, 1965 Newport, AR was a little rough around the edges -- so much so that the woman at the Arkansas welcome center rolled her eyes when we mentioned we had spent the night. Her advice to travelers on that section of highway is to push through to Little Rock, and never, ever, stop in Newport. Oh well, how were we to know? All part of the adventure. ...
... elevator down 750 feet and then walk over a mile going through the big room alone. The lowest point is about 126 feet below the walk way and the highest ceiling is about 65 feet up. I would classify it on the same plane as the Grand Canyon on the must see list of natural wonders in the U.S. Went back to the hotel to work on dinner plans and a place to work on today's blog! No Irish pubs in C-Bad so went with my old stand by Mexican. ...
Keynote speaker today was Sam Geist from Canada he was excellent and whole focus was on executing not having 7000 ideas taking an idea and taking it to the end that really struck hard with me as I love to chase squirrels and shiny things. Spent a few hours this afternoon cruising around St. Louis up in the arch and downtown area. Almost got carried away at the silent auction tonight bid a duck dynasty signed decoy way to high I was glad to lose it in the end. Check out the pics from ...
DIVE BAR BIKE RIDE – STL 2013
life-long friend Mike and I decided that we needed to do a full immersion bike
ride to discover, up close, some famous and infamous dive bars in the St. Louis
area. Mike did the research and planned
the routing. I went merely as the
observer, and the designated drinker.
may be necessary to define what a dive bar actually is. While the term ...
Embarking on an Incredible Journey
July 4, 2012
Tomorrow morning I will be departing St. Louis on a month-long service internship to Honduras. I am feeling a mixture of excitement, nervousness, and wonderment. I will be participating in a Public Health Internship with the Global Brigades Program. I am one of seven interns and the first time I will see or speak to any of them will be when I arrive at the compound where we will ...