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- Pets allowed
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... of Economics in Prague. This will be my new home for the next 4 months. I will be living in an apartment with a friend from high school who is going with me. Anyway, I hope to stay in contact with you all and will be updating this blog regularly with pictures and details. I hope you decide to come on this journey with me! Please stay in touch and feel free to reach out to me! Dublin, here I come! Until next time, ...
... traffic on my way out of St. Louis but I'm not complaining because thats the only traffic I've been in this whole trip. I decided to take I-64 as opposed to I-70 because I spent all day yesterday on that and the thought of driving through Indianapolis really didn't excite me. So it sent me into Illinois, once I was finally out of St. Louis, it was absolute hell to get out of due to construction, traffic, super confusing highway systems, and the woman on my ...
... train station;
the rooms are in the old train shed, the hotel lobby is the grand entry way for the station
and there is a little mall in the midway. Inside the mall area there is a small museum and
some placards posted around the mall that you can read that tell of the history of the
The lobby of the hotel is under construction, so you don’t get a full feel for the entry way,
but the ceiling is really beautiful.
... walked into the undercover car park, it's all fairly deserted looking and we're thinking "ok this is a major airport, there's signs pointing the way to the MetroLink so we'll be fine" .... but the place is a bit dingy and as we got to the other side of the car park the signs lead us into a walkway that zigzagged upwards, we could see the train line up there so kept walking but we were now in a narrow concrete walled ramp and I must admit I had visions of muggers ...
We had read about a place called the City Museum that looked like an interesting place for kids (and childlike parents). It is a big "museum" in an old warehouse in downtown. It is called a museum, but is probably more of a playhouse, huge jungle gym type of a place then a traditional museum which is a good thing. The creator of the “museum” wanted it to be an eclectic piece of art utilizing/recycling all kinds of things such as an ...