Red Roof Inn St. Louis Westport
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... Pritzker Prize in 1995 and Moshe Safdie should win (in my humble opinion) but neither has a large body of built work in the U.S. Anyway, seeing buildings by both of them in one day is not only exciting, in the U.S. it takes some planning and a little sacrifice.
I got up early today to head into Bentonville, Arkansas, home of Wal-Mart, and thanks to the Alice Walton it’s also now home to the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Ms. Walton ...
... and brothers have relied on Jehovah who has blessed them not just materially but spiritually and it is evident when you see their joy on their faces. Their lives are not filled with the undo anxieties of the day to day grind but they enjoy a more relaxed spiritually oriented life.
Their faith has helped to strengthen my faith and helped me to see that if you put Jehovah first he will guide, protect, and help you to ...
... St. Louis BBQ. At Pappy's, meat is smoked in "Walter" which is their in-house smoker. The restaurant only makes a certain amount of food every day and they close when they run out, which can be early in the day depending on the crowd. There was a 30 minute line just to order our food, so we knew it would be good! We ordered brisket and pulled pork, along with green beans, sweet potato fries, ...
... the EZ for our departure on Friday morning. James at the FBO was happy for refuelling to be done before we set off, so we were able to concentrate on repacking, checking oil etc, and generally making sure all was in order. Dallas and surrounding areas have had 20+ consecutive days over 100F so far this year – not completely unusual but a bit earlier in the season than normal – and therefore we were glad that the EZ had been tucked away in the hangar during ...
... in most senses, but rather, it is a huge playground that is in an old shoe factory that has been renovated. We spent about 3 hours in there today as we split into groups of "climbers" and "semi-climbers". The climbers went through many of the playground-type things, including the 10-story slide:)-while the semi-climbers did a lot of the things that didn't involve tight spaces and tall heights (have a look at pictures for a better ...