Econo Lodge Lansing
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... finished hardwood, then add textured resources to give out specifics that will catch the eyes and make up a far more intriguing place. Don't be scared of shade! So many individuals maintain white colored wall surfaces within their house given that they are doubtful what hues works to them. You don't will need to go crazy with shade--even painting one particular wall structure a vibrant coloration will alter the really feel of the area. In case you are reluctant to paint, get ...
We woke up in St. Louis and stayed in Missouri all day. The kids swam at the hotel pool, and then we walked to find breakfast. Once our tummies were full, we headed off to the Gateway Arch. While we waited for the Trip to the Top, we explored the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and learned about Lewis and Clark's trip up the Missouri River and out to the Pacific Ocean, pioneers, and the terrible way the native Americans were treated. Sophie and ...
... almost non-existent. I guess they don't camp much in southern Illinois!), so we stayed in a Best Western in Nashville, IL, about 30 miles shy of St. Louis. Had a nice view of the post-storm sky and a little pond out our back window.
We hit the road Wednesday morning and made St. Louis by mid-morning. We drove right by the St.Louis Arch as we crossed over the Mississippi River. Of course, the section of highway entering downtown St. Louis ...
... without drinking, eating or going to the bathroom. (Not true at home).
We made it to Kansas City after almost 13 hours on the road! Whew! Jack asked every few hours "we get to swim at the hotel, right Mama?" The boy did get to swim before and after dinner. My littles sure live for the water! We are headed to Cheyenne, WY today... It's raining but in a way it seems to subdue the kids a ...
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