Days Inn Downtown St Louis
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by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in ...
... up, all over and across the face too. It wasn't a ta moko design (Maori facial tattoo), we couldn't quite work out what it was and when we really looked, discovered it was a woman - so not a feminine look she was going for then. Finally we got on our flight which left at about 9.45pm. We were the last group to get on. Uncannily we were in row 25, for our big trip 25. There was a woman already sat In the isle seat, it was obvious we were going to get ...
... were a bit big. No conclusive evidence, unfortunately. We drove into our third state for the day, Michigan, and stayed overnight in a little town called Coldwater. We just parked in the Walmart carpark there before an early night.
On Tuesday, Julie and I both woke a little disappointed that our Amish hunt had not had any luck. We had breakfast, brushed our teeth and got into the front seat of our RV when Julie suddenly gasped. I looked up, ...
... a gem!). We sang and jammed until nearly three in the morning. Jesse and I have a few classic songs we always jam together. One day we are going to make a heck of an open mic performance!
The following day we headed to Forest Park. This park is huge! I was told that it was 500 acres larger than Central Park, NYC. It has two 18 hole golf courses, a free zoo and many botanical gardens to mention a few things. We walked around the park admiring the trees, gardens ...
The next day, St. Louis was Mardi Gras central. On a scale that is what I would imagine 1/10th the debauchery of NOLA, St. Louis did its best. The police even stopped me because they wanted to know why I was carrying around a box of Cheerios. They clearly aren't used to responsible adults who like to alternate their alcoholic drinks with snacks that may help lower your cholesterol.
Next stop Chi-town.
Spent in St. Louis: $75
Total Spent On Trip: $1150