Super 8 Bridgeton/arpt/st Louis Area
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... to wifi in order to communicate with anyone. After the 90 minute delay, our plane began to taxi in line to take off. Eventually, almost 3 hours after the original departure time, we took off towards STL. After a quick flight, we landed and made our way towards baggage claim.
It was here that I heard screaming and saw my family waiting for me. It was surreal to see everyone again and it was nice to be surrounded by family and not strangers. We then grabbed our bags ...
... performed on Sunday afternoon and by Thursday I left the hospital to join you in Berlin for our trip home.
After the long air flight it was obvious I needed to go right to the hospital. I was admitted to ICU for 2 days then 2 days on a regular floor and now I’m home facing a long rehab for my shoulder.
My surgeon tells me the German surgeon did a great job repairing my shoulder, especially since he had to use ...
... with friends was very welcome. We ate the most caramelized Salmon fillet ever, with roasted brussel sprouts and a salad topped with fried goat cheese. Whoa! We watched the classic movie Blazing Saddles, cracking up hysterically. We slept well, with full bellies and happy hearts.
The next morning we decided to get an early start for the drive back to Grayslake Illinois. That’s right folks, this is the last time Kelsey and I will be on the road, writing about ...
... went to the Coldstone Creamery next door. We arrived in New Orleans a little
early to get into our room, so they checked our bags and we walked around a little. This
was my third time in New Orleans so I wandered around taking photos which is one of
the things I love to do there due to the beautiful balconies adorned with flowers. It was
about 4:30pm before we were able to get into the room. We got room 316 the Orleans
Suite. This is a corner room with a king ...
... weirdos. After a meal of oddly aggressive service and frozen pasta and vegetables, we decided the night was kind of snuffed out.
All in all, it can be said that Saint Louis has an incredible range of quality and character. The city is famous for frozen custard, astronomical crime rates, its dying legacy as a city of national importance, its envy-inducing public parks and monuments, as well as some of the kindest and some ...