Brick Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It has suddenly become cooler, but we aren’t complaining. Yesterday we had a short visit to the nearby zoo, where the penguins in their icy enclosure are Benny’s favourite animals.
So far our plans have been altered because of bushfire, rock falls and high altitude, and last night we heard of Hurricane Joachin which is due to hit the East Coast just as ...
... and we gained a good understanding of the history and culture of the town.
I made it to the Stone Hill winery in time for their last tour of the day. The main building was built in 1869 and the 165-year-old arched underground cellars are extensive – the largest underground cellars in the U.S. During prohibition they grew mushrooms in the underground cellars. The grounds are ...
... were discovered two years later. A crystal clear underground river runs through the first floor. In one section where the river is only 18 inches deep, the reflections of the high domed cave ceilings are spectacular. The Jungle Room has a good display of stalactites and stalagmites. The tour ends with a video presentation accompanying "God Bless America". West of Sullivan were ...
... beautiful farmlands. The good news was that it was an absolutely perfect weather day – 75 degrees, sunny, with some fluffy clouds. The other good news is that today was Pioneer Days in Boonesfield Village – a one-time fall special day with costumed interpreters in all buildings and special programs for kids and adults every hour. Both the home and the village showcase early 1800’s life on the ...
... fresh asparagus and black raspberry butter.
After the market and driving through the area, I headed for St. Charles, a historic town on the Missouri River. Navigating the freeway system to head northwest was a challenge, even for my GPS as a couple of exits had been renamed and construction in several locations. So many interstates come together in Saint Louis to cross the Mississippi and Missouri... and I feel like I traveled them all today.