Super 8 Fairview Heights
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... through the city. The city was huge and I could watch it for nearly thirty minutes. The view of Rotterdam at night will stay in my memory froever.
In Germany, I ran. Along with a wave of people from countless nations and cultures, I ran thorugh Frankfur's airport to find the Passport check. Twenty minutes in the wrong line and ten minutes in the right one and they finally checked ...
Wasn't there something written about resting on the 7th day? I got up and drifted for hours downstream against an unavoidable S.W. breeze, Some where between Chester and Cape Gerrardo I found a nice beach... and tied up behind a wing dam out of the flow of the river and went a walking.... only animal prints one set of sizable paws... with 6 toes... what do you suppose that was? A big Hemingway Cat?
... addition, they constructed a “woodhenge” or sun calendar to determine the seasons and ceremonial dates. Over time, five such “woodhenges” were constructed in different diameters, and numbers of equally spaced red cedar posts. Constructed AD 1100-1200, they are impressive examples of their scientific and engineering skills.
Around AD 1200, the population of Cahokia began to decline and ...
... of apple cider vinegar giving them a sweet and tart flavor. The mac-n-cheese looked a bit dry and plasticy on top. However, looks can be deceiving. The top layer was a crusty yellow cheddar covering long macaroni noodles with what tasted like white cheddar and parmesan. Although not outstanding it was above average. The coleslaw was a traditional vinegar based slaw with the right amount of pepper. As we were about half finished with our meals, ...
... br> I had hoped to spend more time in St Louis for sightseeing and music but we need to be at the Grand Canyon by the 1st so must push on. After the arch we stopped to get coffee and use WiFi, to research the wolf sanctuary nearby at Eureka (!) - unfortunately it was closed today.
The road through Missouri is lovely as we drive west and further away from ...