Wingate by Wyndham St. Charles
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... get tired of rowing , I just sit there with a stumped look on my face.. and go like a tea cup sitting in a saucer down stream... a slow whirl....its actually pleasurable.. a spinner if you guys catch my drift.......
Later this day I anchor just Past a place called Columbus Belmont, there is a Bluff there over looking the Mighty Mississippi River.. where during the Civil war the battle for a choke hold ensued.. their was even a chain strung ...
Our day started at 10:30 a.m. meeting the St. Louis group at the airport. After some bagels and coffee Yvette and I met up with the rest of the group at the gate. It was great to see some familiar faces and to meet some new people too. Our next flight takes us to Chicago O'Hare airport where we will meet up with fellow travelers from Denver, Houston and Omaha.
Don't want to miss the flight!
... on the water. The sails of the opera house are the focal point. Scenes are projected onto the sails and it's a nightly occurrence for 2 weeks. I don't have an easy way when I don't have wifi to transfer photos from my phone to the iPad because bluetoothing doesn't work. So photos of these things would bring some context. I could type this thing on the phone and add them directly from the source but I ain't gonna so someone is gonna have to show Granny S all this ...
... US citizenship. This decision helped divide our country, leading us into the Civil War.
What did we do next? Having free time and bad weather conditions, we opted to go back over the Mississippi River to Illinois and visit the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Sorrows. Having no expectations on what we would find, we weren't disappointed. There was really nothing ...
... of making one feel comfortable,
and content. It was not easy to leave
this place. The other patrons seemed to
enjoy the stories as much as we did, but it was time to move on.
south on Hampton to Gravois and then straight uphill. I was sweating so much that I had to stop
frequently just to wipe and clear my eyes.
Mike had bemoaned the fact that this hill was his least favorite. I saw why.
There was no bike ...