BEST WESTERN PLUS Mascoutah/SAFB
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... coming and going... I asked for water... an at first a bit grouchy worker.. blurted out 'What do you want'? I explained to him my plight of thirst...
anyway he wound up being friendly after all and took me in one of the company trucks to a well.. and I pumped out some potable water...
Ghosts of the Civil War... lurk in the bushes... here, they have Blue eyes... I saw them....Stay tuned for day 15...
... they make us feel so very much at home, and we enjoy our time with Kathy and Gary and the extended family.
On our last night (Labor Day night), we had the added excitement of a tornado warning just as we were all going to bed (Gary was asleep already!) - so we gathered down in the basement for a half hour - no harm, no foul!
... Clark fame) and Adolphus Busch (of brewery fame). Our afternoon was through beautiful Forest Park and inside the St Louis Art Museum, where we viewed some of our favorites: Monet, O'Keefe, a Chihuly glass chandelier and much more. After meeting the boys, we had an incredible dinner of Chinese food, spent some time in the pool and then got caught up on sleep.
Back on the road in the morning, a lunch stop at ...
... a bit more attentive of what we were around and seeing. We then walked to the "Old Courthouse" which is to the west of the Arch. The building was completed in 1928. It is a neat domed building that reminds us of the domes of the capitol building in Austin, TX and the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. The major significance was that this was the building in which the Dred Scott Case (a slave family who sued for their freedom in 1846) ...
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Each time we go to a zoo, we remember our friend telling us the story of her neighbor. The neighbor insisted it was important when her children were young that she only show them one animal per zoo visit, least they get confused. We thought that seemed absurd and felt so sorry for the kids who might have missed out on so many fun experiences like flamingos in trees, hippos gomping bananas and baby ...