Residence Inn St. Louis Westport Plaza
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... his legs while they ran his bag through the machine (secretly I also just wanted the ladies to tell me how great my cat was, and they obliged). I brought a blanket to cover him with which seemed to help him calm down while we waited at the gate and while he was stuffed under my seat. Max was a champion flyer. He hardly made a peep the whole trip and once we got to Saint Louis, he explored all crevices of my mom's car while we ...
... tomato and blue cheese napoleon, which is slices of
tomatoes layered with blue cheese and onion with a remoulade sauce poured over the
top. I love this salad and have gotten it every time I’ve been there. For the main course
my mother got the 8oz prime rib, I got the NY strip and my father got a surf and turf with
shrimp. For dessert my mother and I both got coconut cake and my father got the
chocolate cake. The coconut cake is served in a pool of ...
... from it, nothing can destroy the certainty of this simple and clearly defined truth. No external conditions can guarantee our life, which is attended with inevitable sufferings and infallibly terminated by death, and which consequently can have no significance except in the constant accomplishment of what is demanded by the Power which has placed us in life with a sole certain guide--the rational conscience.
That is why that ...
... city traffic. The Illinois 53 is mainly Route 66 and we drove on it to Joliet. Joliet, even with a name sounding like it is a cute little town, is quite a big not-so cute city. Although there were a few Route 66 plaques on the side of the road in the modern looking old town, we didn't stop. One junction of enormous significance to John (and not many other people I would guess) however, was where the Lincoln Highway (now US 30) CROSSED Route 66 (Illinois 53 here)! The Lincoln ...
... St. Louis, we ate lunch on the Riverfront, then went to the Botanical Gardens. In St. Charles, we saw the original capitol building, then drove to Jefferson City to see the current Capitol Building. It got up to 112 degrees today. I'm feeling it.