Ambassador Hotel Downtown / Utica Square
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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After bumming around on 3C for a couple days saying my goodbyes, it was finally time to head west. It was an early morning today (Wednesday Feb 4th) and Max, Ryan, and I departed TU around 7:30. Breakfast consisted of peanut ************ers from some goodie bags my grandma gave us. Thanks grandma! A couple hours of songs and a few podcasts later, we landed in St. Louis, the gateway to the ...
Day one started off with an early morning departure of 7:30 am. I had stayed up late drinking nonalcoholic margaritas (curtesy of Micah Hahn) and saying some final goodbyes, so getting up was difficult, yet I was excited. We traveled with no problems listening to some tunes and some great podcasts all the way to St. Louis. Once in St. Louis we crossed the mighty Mississippi and headed straight for the Gateway Arch...then we missed a turn and ended up going back over ...
Got up around 8am and Cindy and I got ready and headed out to their lake houses on Lake "Quiet. I forgot the name of the lake again. Very nice view, and very nice houses!
We went into the tiny metropolis of Salina to grab some burgers and fried okra at the PignNOut drive-up. We took out lunch back to one of the the ...
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I stopped when I crossed into Oklahoma at the visitor's information center and picked-up a couple jar of Prairie Fire jam. ...
... on for a number of years. The flight to San Francisco took most of the day and after stopping in Las Vegas, NV where I got off and wandered around a bit to the toilet and looking at slot machines, I arrived in San Francisco. Taking a cab, I went to The Presidio military post where Wanda’s cousin, Verba Lee Green’s husband, MAJ L. D. Green was the Post Adjutant. The Presidio is located at the southern end of the Golden Gate Bridge and was a historical post. The ...