Homewood Suites St. Louis-Riverport
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It's sad to leave our buds in Indianapolis, but we had to start making our way West. We left Noblesville around 9am after making a quick trip to the grocery store [side note, I have started a great collection of grocery discount cards, today I got one at Kroegers :-) ]. The weather was calling for some strong storms just north of our route so we were fortunate they weren't going to get in our way. We headed west out Route 70 through St. Louis so we could see the St. ...
In addition to sharing my language and culture, I hope to gain some things as well. One thing in particular is a better handle on my Spanish speaking skills. Yes. I speak Spanish, but the more and more I sit on it, the more I lose. My goal is to not just get as good as I used to be, but to be even better. I want to be an overall, excellent communicator in Spanish. If I stay focused and don’t look for gringos ...
... of the historical features
of the hotel.
Sunday after breakfast at the hotel, we drove to Lafayette Square and looked
around that area. The houses around the square are really beautiful.
Then we attempted to find I-55 S and after floundering around too far to the North, we
drove down around Anheuser Busch and were able to pick it up down there for our drive
to Memphis TN. We stopped for lunch at Burger King in Cape Girardeau, drove ...
... of despised love, the law's delay,
The insolence of office, and the spurns
That patient merit of th' unworthy takes,
When he himself might his quietus make
With a bare bodkin? Who would fardels bear,
To grunt and sweat under a weary life,
But that the dread of something after death,
The undiscovered country, from whose bourn
No traveller returns, puzzles the will,
And makes ...
... going on a faster pace on Hwy 44. Back on Rte 66, in Baxter Springs, there was the last of three Marsh Arch bridges, named for their designer, called the Rainbow Bridge, and a restored 1930's era Phillips 66 Station that is on the National Historic Register. Moving down the road to Marshfield, we found a model of the Hubble Telescope because Marshfield is Dr. Hubble's hometown. Then it was on to the ...