Ramada Fairview Heights/St. Louis Area
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I'm kidding really but my grandma Schulte was the reason I started this blog in the first place. It's now been three days and she's probably wondering "Now why don't he write?" Truth is much like my last trip down under there hasn't been a lot of extra time. So now that I'm wide awake at 4 am and can't go back to sleep I'll type. Forgive any grammatical errors and typos. And granny if you're reading this...I really do need to do this so I can go back and ...
... decided we could walk 3 blocks more. Yes, well 3 blocks isn't that far is it? We've walked that and lots more many a time, no problem. By the end of the first block I was starting to feel the cold, by the end of the second block my eyes felt a bit like they were freezing in the sockets and by the time we got to where the Post Office was supposed to be my brain was aching.. even Rodd was feeling it by now. We walked past a few office blocks with workers out in the cold for a quick ...
... wheels and what not). Eventually we where off! We got lost and confused with our instructions and then way roads are laid out and how they are marked but eventually got the hang of it. We arrived our first stop MUCH later than anticipated (getting lost again after having to detour due to heavy traffic. We are ready for day 2 (first stopping at Walmart for a car charger for our phones)Keep you ...
... on a board together originally); and Frank and Peggy Gundlach (St. Louis and Bonita Springs), neighbors from our Bonita Bay community in Florida.
Although we don’t meet up with these folks until we arrive in Asia, it’s like we are traveling together already, because we have been in touch so often. Have you considered whether you will eat from the street food stalls? When are you ...
... and Josh tried to school me in the basics of Baseball (turns out I understood it better than I thought I did) with the St Louis Cardinals game. I think its a game that is rarely more enjoyable on TV than live. It didn't seem as slow when you could actually see what the players were doing.
After a good night sleep, Coree and I had a rather excellent breakfast of sasuage (American style), egg and toast (though I couldn't face the donuts, nice as they looked) we headed into ...