Sleep Inn & Suites Pontoon Beach
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Well, after a flight from Tokyo to Chicago, then Chicago to Saint Louis we are safely home landing 4 minutes before we took off. Gotta love the International Date Line. Flights were totally uneventful. The generally hateful hell that is O'Hare was even pleasantly blunted by the installation of a bunch of ATM-like machines that helped speed the reentry process.
Good to be home and see Maureen ...
... where I had a horse shoe in short a massive carb over load. And a bar where it's 4 dollars a pint with naff comedian comparing tater tots to Isis and not being able to get it up! And now I am in St. Louis with its big arch and the Budweiser brewery! Then we are off to Springfield mo Oh and the Hard Rock Cafe in Chicago was ...
... wells was across from the cemetery. I have seen some of these wells working for the last 50 years, making me wonder why gas is $4 a gallon. Leaving Saturday for Sturgis, going to spend three days there instead of two, Mötley Crüe - The Final Tour with Alice Cooper, and Sweet Cyanide Bands are there Tuesday and I just have to do the show. I touched base with Tomcat and he's on his way too. Weather still has been so ...
... Quarter Easter Parade, which consists of matrons in convertibles and mule carriages
handing out candy and stuffed animals to children (or whoever else wanted one,
seemingly) along the route. It’s a pretty short parade so it didn’t take long to go by.
Our reservation at Antoine’s was for 11:30am and we were seated in the front
room. I had a mimosa, the easter salad, beef filet, souffle potatoes and peach melba
dessert. The bread was ...
... movie that did a very nice job showing how challenging and how hard the engineers and steel workers had to labor to construct the arch. It was very dangerous and required many new techniques for building. However, no one lost their life and the final product is stunning. As this is a national park we were very pleased to confirm that they also have a Junior Ranger program.
After the movie we had lunch sitting on the banks ...