Pear Tree Inn Fenton - St Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... others before arriving at Portland! I will be camping, staying with relatives, staying in Motels, and couchsurfing on the way! I had a great two weeks in St. Louis with my friends and relatives but now it's on the road again! Ciao from me, Vinnie, and Rufus! ...
Wow! The day is finally here for the "Great Adventure" to begin!
While loading a few last minute items and food from the freezer, Daryl and Joyce R. and Ed and Betty C. came to bid us a fond farewell. Joyce said we were supposed to have been on the road at 4:30AM, but I told her the only time I get up in the middle of the night is if I am on my way to Haiti. Betty reminded us that we needed a "beginning" picture to start the trip and took ...
... Oregon. It's such a small world. Here's how...follow along closely. Larry was born in Oregon, Travis was from Oregon, Debbie lived in Oregon and her cell phone cover was of the Oregon Ducks. Larry and I obviously knew each other...but Larry attended Mizzou and graduated the spring before I started. Debbie proceeds to us that the last time she was in Sydney was for the Olympics. Debbie worked as a production assistant for both ABC and NBC and had been to ...
... a rock avalanche with his tail and then flew out. He had trapped us. A few days later a eagle came to us and told us that a human named Bard had killed the great Smaug. A few hours after that The Humans and the Elves came up to the mountain trying to claim gold. We didn't let them through though. Luckly the eagles had warned us enough time before, so we could make a huge fence that blocked ...
... sat down. We didn’t stay long, perhaps because we
didn’t feel particularly welcomed. $6
for 2 draughts.
We made our
way onto Hampton Avenue, and went southward, through heavy traffic, blinding
sunshine, and heat rising in waves on the pavement. My Lion’s Choice T-shirt was heavy and
dripping the humidity. The humidex
temperature had risen beyond the 100 degree plateau, and I was feeling