Lucy Maes Guest House
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... unfolded with the Scott's was that their case led to a Supreme Court hearing and the deceleration that they and any person descended from Africans, whether slave or free, is not a citizen of the United States, according to the then Constitution. Chief Justice Taney who made the decision had hoped to settle issues related to slavery and Congressional authority by this decision but actually it did the opposite and aroused public outrage leading to the civil war ...
... and we just headed for it with Wes navigating by instinct (again). Lots of roadworks (again) but the signs in the city were helpful too.
And best of all,we could go up in the arch. It was very reasonable, only $10 each, to sit in a small capsule which was similar to a ferris wheel gondola (called a tram) which went up inside the arch to the top where we got out and stood inside the arch to look out either side. ...
... for docktails one evening to exchange information and discuss our next stops.
After leaving Charlevoix, we continued to Leland and had a fun time exploring Leland and Fishtown, a quaint waterfront collection of fresh fish stores and restaurants. John had a bit of time here to do a little maintenance on the boat (changing fuel filters), while Pat and Cheryl explored the stores around town. We met Beth and Bart on Seanna and the five of ...
... USA, so no wonder the rooms where cheap!
Steering clear of the east, we end up in the west. Off to bed!
Just before breakfast Lisa and I set out for a run. Not too far, just far enough for some exercise. As is typical, when we are at our furthest away from the hotel, my dodgy leg gives up the ghost again – and this time it really hurts a lot. Lisa runs back to the hotel, and I limp back. For the next few days this was going to ...
... diner food!!! After this we headed to the zoo. It was pretty warm out 77 degrees and the zoo was packed!!! We walked around for an hour or so then headed to a park nearby. We ended our night at the St. Louis bread Co. aka Panera Bread!!! It is the same place just different name here as it originated here in Missouri. When we got back to our hotel which had a balcony I kept hearing voices outside. I would go out but couldn't see anyone. Finally Jonathan went out ...