Lehmann House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... no cross country road trip would be complete without seeing the "Gateway to the West"! On our way, we saw signs for the worlds largest golf tee and also the worlds largest wind chime...although we were tempted to stop and see these most intriguing attractions, we had a long drive ahead of us, so we stayed on the highway. Another interesting thing that happened is that we crossed over our first time zone...not sure exactly where, but it was somewhere in SE Illinois....wish ...
... in a tiny little cabin, quite scary.
The view from the top is really great. The Arch is oriented exactly East-West, to symbolize being the Gateway to the West, for the City where the Lewis+Clark Expedition for the Western Expansion of the US started.
In the evening, on our ...
... elephants and Stupas made up solely using Chinese porcelain plates, cups, spoons tied with fishing lines. No holes were drilled on any of the piece. I was told that there was only one family from Sichuan province that knows the technique to tie the dishes together and it is always amazing to see the resulting sculptures. I saw the first Lantern Festival at the garden in 2012 but the second time, with totally new design, was as ...
... Laclede whose landing on the riverside the placename commemorates. Further down the river, where the Arch stands is where Mr Laclede set up the settlement of St Louis.
We walked on to Broadway where we got brekkie. Just as we were about to leave the heavens opened. It was like nothing we'd ever seen before, but apparently they get extremes quite regularly. After the rain had stopped and the thunder moved on we walked to the arch.
The Arch or ...
... a thermal "Chile" mug in Santiago which allowed me to take warm coffee on the tour bus each morning. And I bought a regular Buenos Aires mug with tango dancers and a Rio mug with Sugar Loaf for my houseguest collection in Florida.
When we crossed the border from Argentina to Brazil, there was a huge souvenir store with a wide variety of goods in a variety of prices and quality. Many folks bought things there. I bought the infamous onyx ...