La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Louis Westport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Hey everyone, I can't believe I am leaving tomorrow to start my study abroad program. I fly out from STL tomorrow to Newark, NJ and then leave from there for Dublin, Ireland! I will be in Ireland for about 5 days before heading on to London, Edinburgh, and Paris. Then, on February 7th I will be heading to Prague in the Czech Republic. This is when my program officially begins. I will then be studying international business at ...
... floor is the basement—the first floor and
others were never completed and as part of the agreement between the donor and the
steward of the property, the house can never be finished. The house is octagonal and is
a very different architecture compared to others.
Then we drove down Rte 61 to Baton Rouge. After a quick stop at McDonalds for
lunch we drove to the Old State Capital and viewed the museum, then drove to the
current State ...
... a bacterium or a bull may attack you and you will fall and die, losing forever the chance of repairing the harm you have done to others, and above all to yourself, in uselessly wasting a life which has been given you only once in eternity, without having accomplished the only thing you ought to have done.
However commonplace and out of date it may seem to us, however confused we may be by hypocrisy and by the hypnotic suggestion ...
... open to a tiny little tram with five tight seats (Robert had to hunch over for the ride up). The ride was about four minutes long to get up the 630ft (which is taller than the Statue of Liberty). The Arch shaped monument was built to honor the explorers that helped to expand the country to the west. At the top there were 16 tiny windows on each side that allowed us to look down. When we looked down we could see ...
... Just an occasional 100+ with most days in
the 90s. A normal St. Louis summer.
Hey, its August: time to start planning for the winter trip South. We still need to get our
roof and motorhome fixed. I guess its time to start checking on schedules. It takes so
long to get anything done.