The Lodge Hotel & Banquets St. Louis Airport
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... Pier and a nice visit back at the boat. It was so great to see them!
The next day it grew sunny and hot as we began our transit of the Cal-Sag Ship Channel out of Chicago. We had to take this route since the Chicago River route contained a 17' bridge that would have given Satisfaction a new shorter profile. The Cal-Sag waterway is an industrial, narrow channel, with low bridges, lots of tow boat traffic and muddy water. We spent a couple ...
The Gateway Arch also known as the gateway to the west is another American iconic landmark. I've been here several times on my layovers, and it's still one of my favorite places to visit.
I've often wondered why they chose that shape and its true purpose. Some conspiracy theorists say they built it in stainless steel structure so it can produce an ionic pulse, ...
... You win Debbie. Your olympic stories are better than mine! Debbie also arrived in Sydney at 9am via Vancouver and was at the bridge climbing at 10:25. You go Debbie! We Rotarians posed together for the numerous stops along the way to take photos. Our own cameras weren't allowed so we had to purchase them at the end. You get a photo of your group with the climb, you keep the hat you wore, but I have a cd with us 4 Rotarians at the top of the bridge with ...
... yes, another DDD restaurant). We had heard that they routinely sell out of food (as they smoke their meats in house) and we were hopeful that we weren't too late - the place was packed! When we ordered, we got the last slab of ribs - to which the counter girl yelled "86 RIBS" quite loudly! We sat at a picnic table seemingly designed to keep your chin at plate level and happily ate our St. Louis ...
... br> Postscript from yesterday’s drive to St. Louis: We didn’t plug in the iPod playlist because we were running late, were stressed and wanted to make sure we got the
directions from the GPS. With the lack of music, my mind kept repeating the last song I heard from my exercise playlist before I left – Robin Thick’s Blurred Lines. Warning – the next sentence contains thoughts that ...