BEST WESTERN PLUS Mascoutah/SAFB
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... we say deer, a cardinal, brown hawk, and a turtle.We finished the day by arriving in East St. Louis at the
Casino Queen RV park. This is one of the few places where I had made a reservation since it is going to be the weekend of the 4th of July and because I wanted a place close to the
Arch and to Busch Stadium.
July 3, 2015
Drove into St. Louis but found the ...
... least, that's what I'll believe). I couldn't hug him enough, and he couldn't try to squirm away enough, but I know he and my mom will have a great time together. I even got photos all during my trip back to Bangor showing just what a great helper he is with my mom. For the next two months, I will have an e-relationship with my cat and can't wait to see him in December! Thanks, mom, for offering up your beautiful home to my Smushy Face!
... vein of the Mississippi.. Jack and Tony stopped in their speedy little fishing boat.. we zipped around and went down to World famous.. Hoppys Marina... I picked Hoppys brain and gathered some information on the realitys of going down the Mississippi river.
... get in one picture. The inside is amazing. We went into the main library which was built in 1910. Another huge granite structure with an incredible interior. We saw several old churches, but couldn't go into any of them. The architecture is beautiful. We walked past the old courthouse with it's dome. We walked through the park that runs parallel to our route back to the hotel. Once back to the hotel we went back ...
... to tour the Anheuser Busch brewery which is located here in St. Louis. The tour is free and lasts over an hour - Omar already knew about the process about making beer but it was interesting to see it on such a massive scale. For example, each "pot" of beer fermenting would hold 3600 barrels of beer which is the equivalent of 200,000 cases of beer! Another interesting statistic was their warehouse can hold 500,000 cases of beer. But ...