Holiday Inn Saint Louis West Six Flags
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... with the screaming kid who was immediately adjacent to us. I immediately put my plane plugs in my ears to drown out the noise. Luckily it was only a 2 hour flight. I kept getting a whiff of a nasty niff ! It was either granny next to us or the screaming kid had a dirty nappy. By the way it was arching it's back and lifting itself up each time it was sat on a lap or patted on the bum with a ssshhh, I suspected the latter. Just change the poor child, ...
... in traveling. It gets you out of your comfort zone, challenges you, changes you. For those of you who have the wanderlust coursing in their veins like we do, we hope you’ll share your travel stories with us as well. Perhaps over dinner. For those who prefer to stay put, thanks for keeping the home fires burning. There really is no place like home.
Happy trails to you, until we blog again ...
... t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover." - Mark Twain "Returning home is the most difficult part of long-distance hiking; You have grown outside the puzzle and your piece no longer fits." - ...
... on TV, but the grounds crew cuts an Arch in the outfield grass from the 3rd base side around to the first base side.
We then went to the Gateway Arch. I've been agonizing about this for weeks now. I've gotten really claustrophobic over the last several years and was really concerned about this little car that takes 4 minutes to go up to the top of the Arch (only 3 minutes on the way down). They have a sample ...
Left Chicago - really enjoyed it but it is time to go. Stopped in Diamond and Coal City to get lunch at a Subway. Drove through Bloomington and Springfield, IL, then on into St. Louis, MO. It is right on the border of Illinois and Missouri. We drove by the Gateway Arch - quite impressive. Kept driving...the rest of St. Louis did not look too impressive. Decided to stay in the Harrah's hotel/casino (guess whose idea this was) and the room was nice and clean. ...