Quality Inn Maryland Heights
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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 ...
... well. The funny part was that it was HOT and muggy all day, than when it came time to meet them at the VIP gate, the clouds parted, gates opened, and it poured rain on us. HEAVY rainfall.
We finally got backstage and they were able to do a quick meet and greet and see the tour bus, after which we went to the back stage area. I did a quick tour of the stage, showing them the trusses, ...
... was so determined that I somehow managed to fit a 20lb cat into a shirt made for an 8lb dog. Needless to say... Gato and I were both very grumpy with each other. I knew I had to change out the shirts, but as soon as Gato was freed from the tiny one, he bolted, and lodged himself up on the underside of the guest room box spring. The following production that ensued required 3 adults, 1hr of time, and the complete dismantling of the ...
... Illinois. Not even the guide maps mentioned this one, but I had seen a picture on the internet years ago and had saved it.
At Mount Olive, Illinois (no 'mount' visible either here or for miles around all day long), we stopped at Soulsby Service Station and I could see that the tree that had grown up through the discarded car ramp outside had grown a little thicker since 2005.
During most of the afternoon we were 'Frontage-roading' on Route 66 beside ...
Today seemed like more of a laid back day. We got up and drove through Paducah and visited where the Tennessee and Ohio Rivers meet and saw the barges. Then we drove through Illinois to get to St. Louis. There we went to the famous Arch and went to the top! It was pretty interesting riding to the top and looking through the small windows. The Arch is actually the tallest monument in America. After ...