Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park
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Leaving St. Louis and embarking on my epic 5 day road-trip to Portland, Oregon! I will be stopping at Lawrence and Hays, Kansas, Colorado Springs and Elizabeth and Denver, Colorado, Moab and Salt Lake City, Utah, Boise, Idaho, and Colombia River Gorge, Oregon ...
... initially but once we got past the first section it was well lit and there were lots of families around. The Arch is massive and you can apparently go inside it. But since we got there around 9 they were closing up so we just walked around it and took photos. On the way back to the car we are following two men who were chilling in the park. We keep a safe distance from them but I notice something sticking out of one of their back pockets. With my go go gadget ...
... right as we biked
past the AB Brewery, as I entertained the thought that we should do the brewery
tour and enjoy the hospitality room, but Mike was on a mission. We stopped at The Cat’s Meow (2600 East 11th
Street), which was in sight of the Visitor’s Center at the Brewery. This is the Historic Soulard Neighborhood of
St. Louis, one of the oldest communities of the city. While having a high
density of bars ...
... for a slot we had to stand infront of. Once the door opened, there was a small capsule (5 seats total) that took us to the top. The ride took 4 minutes to go up. Once we were up there you could walk around and take lots of pictures. There were tiny windows on both sides of the arch. We could feel the curve as we walked from the ...
... while the fire department came and checked everything out. One drunk guy was just getting back from the bars and, without being thrown off by the crowd of people in pajamas in the lobby, expressed his disappointment with me that the pool was closed. They determined that a tornado "in the area" had knocked out power lines and that was the cause for the alarm. We walked back up the un-lit stairs to our dark room and went back to sleep. When we woke up at ...