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... heckler next to stage and burns her on two separate occassions. The last of which puts her in her place and she had the "are you going to let him talk to me like that" look on to her boyfriend for the rest of the show. The boyfriend who to his credit just completely ignores her and continues to watch and laugh at the rest of the act. We trundle off home just missing out on the shops for a midnight snack which pays dividends come next morning.
... St Louis, Missouri
Thursday 29th May 2014
Follow Route 66 from St Clair to Strafford, Missouri
Visit the Meramec Caverns and see the World's Largest Rocking Chair
Friday 30th May 2014
Follow Route 66 from Strafford to Afton, Oklahoma before leaving Route 66 to end the day in Grove, Oklahoma
Visit Wilson's Creek Battlefield, site of the second battle of the American Civil War
Saturday 31st May ...
... beverages in our hotel room before heading out to the street party around 8. I was wearing every layer that I had packed - I had heard rumors about how cold it would be but it actually wasn't too bad. It was a really fun evening. There were 80,000 tickets sold and it felt like every single female was lining up at the porta-loos (the queue got a bit ferocious towards the end of the night!) We had a countdown from 12 and we were in a good spot to watch the ...
... as Greyfriar Bobby. Sadly, Bobby died when he was 16. He is also buried in the graveyard just inside the gates very close to his master, John Gray. "Let His Loyalty & Devotion Be A Lesson To Us All" is written on the tombstone of Greyfriar Bobby. I couldn’t help but get a little tear when I visited this grave site.
Next on the agenda was to do a little mountain climbing. Ok. Not really ...
... in on the history of the city. This one was just as good as the one in London, going into interesting detail about the history of Ireland, including its many rebellions and its role in world conflicts and economics. We saw some of the awesome sights of Dublin, including Temple Bar, Trinity College, Ha'penny bridge (named so because people from the poorer north Dublin would have to pay a half penny to cross the Liffy River to the wealthier south Dublin), O'Connell Street ...