Motel 6 St. Louis-Bridgeton
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... 20 minutes and we were able to make it to the gate with a couple of minutes to spare. I was exhausted and shocked at this point that I was actually going to make it home. I sat down in a chair and the guy next to me asked if if I attended NIU. He actually was an NIU graduate and was wanting to know how the campus and school was nowadays. It is crazy to me how easy it is to run into people all over the world that are connected in one way or another.
We boarded ...
... history and culture and was reminded how precious our freedom is as we stood in Dachau.
In addition, the gemuchlikeit we shared at the Bavarian Feast and on the buses will always be a treasured memory of good times.
More importantly our pilgrimage brought us face-to-face with the very streets that Luther walked.
It is in that vein that I came face-to-face with one of the streets that Luther walked.
... that flow through the park. There was a nice pool of water in front of the art museum which had fountains and people paddle boating around. We all dipped our feet in the water near a restaurant called the Boat House and enjoyed a cool drink. The park was busy that Saturday, especially because of the abnormally cool 79 degree St Louis weather in July. We all ate a nice lunch at the boat house before Rob and Lynn departed for Illinois. Kelsey and I were invited to stay ...
... was a beef taco, chicken flautas and cheese chile relleno
served with rice and beans. My mother got a chocolate banana dessert and I had fried
ice cream. We all enjoyed our meals.
Then I went back and used the fitness center in the hotel. They have a pool but it
was closed for the season.
The next morning which was Friday, after the marginal hotel breakfast, we drove
to the LSU Rural Life Museum. This museum consists of a museum building ...
... large places of worship, it completely gives the impression of entering another world. While such cathedrals do little to dilute the arguments about the catholic church having too much money, this one can certainly push such considerations to the side by offering a level of craftsmanship and deep personal experience unrivaled by all but the absolute best examples from Western Europe. Really, it is in its own league.