St. Louis Travelodge
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... at Busch Stadium. Of course, Melina was injured and didn't play in tonight's game and the Cardinals lost 9-1 but it was a beautiful night to be at a baseball game. It was fun to explore a new stadium. Busch Stadium is also another "notch" in Steve and Will's quest to see as many ballparks as possible. Tomorrow, we're continuing our trek eastward with a stop in Lexington, ...
Four Midwestern states today (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri), endless fields of corn, car games, and we finally crossed the mighty Mississippi and arrived at the St. Louis Cardinals stadium. It was a sea of red and lots of fun, but the Cards lost to the Pirates. The arch ...
... There are so many stories to tell and if I don't write them down I won't remember them either. Day 1: Anne and Jeff pick me up at the airport after a thankfully uneventful flight across the the Pacific from Dallas. I met we quite a few Rotarians along the way during travel. Kansas, Florida, Texas. And once in Sydney we drove out to Heaven aka Olympic Park to pick up my registration. I had in my Goondiwindi Cotton shirt on and was picking up my convention bag ...
Funny, this dragon that Farquaad claimed was so fierce and evil, is actually very kind. Upon first meeting her, we startled her and she was defensive. As we were around her longer shes actually very friendly. Donkey has become very fond of ...
... flying downhill at
breakneck speeds. I was saddened to see
that much of this area, while booming when I was a kid, was mostly abandoned
now. Empty warehouses and manufacturing
plants lined this once busy street. Our third
stop was the Time Out on Meramec. We
were one for three as the Time Out was not open until noon, and it was now just
11:30. Back on the road heading toward
downtown St. Louis, with the muddy Mississippi River ...
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