Candlewood Suites O'Fallon
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... Spanish class. We were at this school for almost an hour going through the piles of stuff that had been pulled into the hallway from the classrooms. Anyway, to make a long story short, we found them. I couldn't believe it, but I was so glad.
Our drive wasn't real exciting, but one funny thing happened. We ended up stopping at Arby's in some po-dunk town in Tennessee to go to the bathroom. You had ...
... than the Crystal Bridges Museum - it's all concrete and right angles. Once you get inside you see that it’s laid out as an elongated “U” with a long, narrow reflecting pool filling the space between the two arms of the building. Windows on both sides allow views of the water outside and allow natural light to pour in to the interior. It creates a very nice atmosphere for viewing the art, though without the art the building seems ...
... and buffalo just to name a few. We also saw the famous Clydesdales and baby Clydesdales. It was refreshing to be in a home. The weather there was great sunny and mild. Perfect for outdoors. One of my favorite memories of staying with this family is playing kickball with the girls and Miles on our last night there. We were able to laugh and joke around..it was just great fun! We hope to be able to see them again during our travels. We love you ...
... St. Louis bar-b-que but all of the recommended restaurants within walking distance were closed early on Sundays. We took the Metro Link back to the camper and headed towards home. Our last stop was to be the World’s Largest Ketchup bottle in Collinsworth, IL. But at this point we just wanted to get home, so we continued on. We ended up in New Castle, IN and ended up with only 583 miles left for our last day.
... the "City Museum"... which is impossible to describe. Picture a multi-story warehouse with a series of caves, slides, tunnels, sculptures all built into and outside it, with little places to crawl and slide over, under, through the floors, etc. It was crazy and completely appealed to David, especially after his caving experience at Mammoth Caves - here he ...