Motel 6 St. Louis South
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Not part of the original plan to be going through St. Louis now
We did a Priceline deal at the very last minute coming into St. Louis (I didn't think it would work, but Tony insisted), and I was impressed with how great a place it got us, we were able to walk RIGHT across the street to the Arch! (And of course, the hotel wasn't too shabby either - perhaps the best place we'll stay on ...
We plan to stay around here tomorrow and will probably head down I-55 Sunday.
The motorhome with its new tires worked beautifully and we had no problems. Phil, who
is as handy as Ron isn't, installed a couple of grab bars in critical spots so we old folks
can maneuver more safely,
Except for the wind on the travel days, weather has been cool but very nice and will be
getting warmer as we move south. Thats all for now, TTYL
... diner food!!! After this we headed to the zoo. It was pretty warm out 77 degrees and the zoo was packed!!! We walked around for an hour or so then headed to a park nearby. We ended our night at the St. Louis bread Co. aka Panera Bread!!! It is the same place just different name here as it originated here in Missouri. When we got back to our hotel which had a balcony I kept hearing voices outside. I would go out but couldn't see anyone. Finally Jonathan went out ...
... been and can readily offer local facts. I luv it! They are taking a river cruise from Moscow, Russia to St Petersburg, Russia next month.
Aunt Helen made us crab cakes with mango chutney, potatoes with a pea cream sauce, and coleslaw for dinner. Everything, including the chutney, was made by her. She is a wonderful cook and likes to use Uncle Phil as her guinea pig – lucky guy! They are retired and travel quite a bit and yet, ...
... get separated from our luggage.
Every piece of luggage is weighed to make sure we are at our 50 lb limited.... if we would have a few lbs. to spear then we max the luggage with any odds and ends that AVOH need to get to Zambia.
The AFOH team has this luggage thing down to a science. You see.. to freight supplies to Zambia cost $5 per lb.. so 22 people x one 50lb piece luggage = 1100 lb for free shipping. If ...