Americas Best Value Inn - Collinsville / St. Louis
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... We stopped at a little town called Chester for a coffee and a few goodies at Walmart, before travelling a bit more into the countryside. ...
... on all things St. Louis Cards. Not sure why he was on the tour other than to tell everyone all the stuff he knew. It was kind of annoying but then we just tuned him out and took it for what it was worth. The grass at the ballpark was amazingly green. It is apparently Kentucky bluegrass.
After the tour of the ballpark we did a fun tour trolley ride for an hour and half of the city and surrounding area. ...
... to see the gigantic silver arch that overlooks the Mississippi. It is 630 feet high and is the gateway to the west.The Mississippi was swollen and muddy with huge tree trunks floating along - the result of all the rain from States up north. But at least it was no longer cold. Temps reached mid 70's today. Hooray!
... her house. We got to visit with Tracy, Britt, Regan, Hayden, and Kirsten of course. Kirsten showed me her room in the basement (what’s that? Lol) & Regan showed me her hermit crabs, it was funny to watch her being half scared half brave to pick one of them up. We said goodbye and Kirsten drove us to Taco Bell for dinner & then back to Doug & Sue’s. Everyone went to bed after a while except me and Aunt Sue stayed up talking pretty late and we eventually went to ...
... after fleeing Nazi
Washington University is technically just outside the Saint
Louis city limits in the suburb of University City but is considered the top
university in the area. Washington is actually one of the top universities in
the United States in terms of test scores, admissions selectivity, research
activity, and number of professors associated with a university who have won
Nobel prizes. I thought ...