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... debate on education policies in the US and whether teachers carrying guns will help with the effort to prevent school shootings. It made me think, which was good!
We then headed to Sindle Law, a firm that deals with capital punishment cases. St Louis has a target of executing one death row prisoner a month - they are very active in this policy. We met two practitioners, one of which has had 4 clients executed in the last 18 months. She is utterly devoted to her ...
... for you to hear the presenter/guide. It allows you to hear your own guide, even when there are others around. It allows me to wander to take pictures and yet not miss the information being shared.
10. The suppliers/guides/presenters were all quite good. I believe that Allison handpicked her own inner circle and arranged for them to join her group. Like Paul at Hopewell Rocks. Josh in Charlottetown. Daryn, our folk singer ...
... couple, and the girl was still as condescending about the poor fella's interest in his damn area of work.
There was a documentary film included in my ticket, so I hung around for half an hour, until they let us in for that. It was all I could do not to to yell in ANY language at a French child who was spinning the metal chain of the barrier in front of the cinema for almost ALL that time. The whole French family also assumed no one could speak French, and went on about how ...
... in weather, and went under the sea in a simulated submarine ride. So much fun as such a busy day! It is a total must see for any visitors to the city. We left the Science Center (somewhat reluctantly) and headed to downtown to the riverside and the Jefferson Westward Expansion Memorial - better known as the Old Courthouse and the Gateway Arch. There is a ton of construction as they redesign pretty much the whole area but the Courthouse and the Arch are all still visit worthy. ...
Yesterday was our first part of the Route 66 Road Trip which was really exciting. We got up as early as possible to try and hit the road and get out our way nice and quick so we can fit enough in. It was sad to leave Chicago, at that point it had been my (Stoo) favourite city.
The first stop was Joliet, famous for being where the prison is located in the Blues Brothers. Here there was a 'Kicks on 66 Museum' which we headed for, of ...