- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and cancellations in the days to follow. Either way, 8 hours and 4 movies later I arrived into Newark. At this point, it was a little after 4 in the evening and my flight was scheduled to depart a little after 5. I figured that it was hopeless that we would make it on time because we had to wait to claim our baggage, go through customs and border control, recheck our bags, switch terminals, go back through security, and everything else to make it to our gate. Luckily, our flight ...
As some of you may know our orange bus captain, Rich Cohrs, took a tumble while we were in Germany. I received an update from him today and wanted to pass along.
Dear Fellow Pilgrims:
It was my joy and honor to be able to share our pilgrimage to Germany. What a experience we had as we stormed the castle, viewed the Passion Play Theater, rode to the top of the Eagle's Nest, stood on the square in Innsbruck surrounded by ...
... 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 building and went up to the 27th fl observation deck. !
Then we drove around and then went to see LSU before driving to our hotel the
Homewood Suites. We got a 2 bedroom suite room 141.
For dinner we went to Ninfa’s for Mexican food. They had 2 for one margarita
happy hour, so instead of 3 margaritas they brought us 4 and we split the last one. My
mother and I had the cheese enchiladas served with rice and beans and my father had
the Rancho ...
... few places of interest, and headed out into the Center West End neighborhood to poke around. There, we made a pretty fortunate find--the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis. This is such an incredible place because about 70% of the MASSIVE interior consists of insanely beautiful artwork with glass mosaic tiles covering nearly every surface. No religious feeling is necessary to appreciate the place--it is a total work of art, and as ...