TownePlace Suites St. Louis Fenton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...
... blue. It'll but fun to put together.
Tomorrow will be a more low key day. I get to sleep in a bit because church isn't until 10 AM and it is only an hour down the road. St. Luke Lutheran Church in Campbell Hill, IL. Leaving at 8:30 AM instead of 6:30 AM. God bless it! Tomorrow I also get to visit Popeye and Superman. ...
I left for NYC Wednesday at 9 AM. My mom and sister took off from work to take me to the airport, which was nice. I was happy my sister came; our relationship has gotten much better over the past year. I wonder as time goes on whether I will get closer to her than Adam (or at least somewhere close). Steven was a very good friend over the past two weeks. It was nice to see him a good bit before I had to leave. But, back to the trip. My mom, in ...
... fan like me and Rodd was beside himself that we actually got to sit in the dugout... that's apparently a big thing for a baseball fan!! Only one small annoying moment was the baby that screamed blue murder through some of the tour and mum just ignored him, I mean we've all been there but the least she could have done was leave the room with the screaming baby so the rest of us could hear the ...
... dive bars. What did the dive bars have in common? The patrons were ‘regulars’, and known by
name. The bars were typically small and dimly
lit, but often had some interesting and meaningful decor. The furnishings were older and simple. The beer selections were limited and
inexpensive. They usually had a colorful
history, and the bartenders knew it well and were eager to share it. Music was common to them all, but there was