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All about chasing them Arches! Also saw my first white castle building... all those Harold and Kumar movies have not gone to waste.. yet. We went down to the Mississippi River but it was so dang windy people's clothes were flying off of them! So we went right over the arch, got into a rounded space ship which shot us over 630 feet in the air, to a small passage way at the very top. Here we leaned with the wind overlooking all of ...
... airline seems to have their “thing” and over the years for
Delta I have found it is seat changes. When we were in line waiting to board, I noticed
the lady ahead of me had the same seat assignment on her boarding pass as I did. I
thought that was odd since we checked in and printed our passes the night before. So
when we got to the agent to board, the machine spat out new seat assignments for our
group. I don’t fly Delta that much, but every time ...
So bilbo ended up joining us after all. Gandalf is also right! We've been on our journey for a little less then a month and I have so much to write about already. We came into a little problem with trolls, but of course Gandalf and Biblo helped us get out. Im surprised Bilbo didn't have a problem with stealing the trolls things! Gandalf tricked the trolls to stay out in the sun so they turn to stone! But anyway, after ...
... The Hill is the affectionate name given to the Italian section of St.
Louis. It is the home to baseball greats
like Joe Gargiola and Yogi Bera. It is
geographically the highest point in the metro St. Louis area, and was settled
by Italian immigrants in the 1890s. Now
it is known for the many nationally renowned Italian eateries, manicured lawns
and a motto of “improve, not move”. We
swerved into Jimmy Mack’s ...
... dozen kinds and I had to choose between all those. The one I finally picked was a Missouri quarter from 1983 and it had a picture of the St. Louis arch on the side that has a picture on it and it was connected to a ring that said Gateway Arch, St. Louis on it.
During our trip I've found one of my favorite hard candies: Rootbeer barrells. They are basically hardened rootbeer in the shape of a barrell and if you suck on them ...