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For our first and only day in St Louis we did a few different things, all of which we enjoyed; and in the end we concluded St Louis is quite an interesting and vibrant city. I would recommend it to a friend.
We had to find breakfast and walked from our hotel by St Louis' oldest remaining part: Laclede's Landing. The area has some of the oldest remaining buildings in St Louis and it marks the northern part of the original settlement founded by the ...
... at first base in which the runner was injured ... Home Team Record: 10-4 (although the Twins won the game I was "supposed to" attend) ... Next Stop: Kansas City tomorrow
Distance Traveled: 9063
Stadiums Visited: 14
Sight of the Day: The Arch beyond the stadium, a simple but cool visual
Quote of the Day: "Whoa, it IS real?" - a 6 year old boy upon seeing the St. Louis Arch, apparently though his parents were making it up
Today I took off from Washington Missouri and knew our first stop would be in Eureka to look for my grandma's childhood home. It's part of many buildings that are at Camp Wyman which is a leadership camp for young teenagers. They bring kids in for 21 days to learn leadership skills. It took us a little while but when we finally found my grandmas house it was worth it. Then ...
Not expecting much from St Louis, we were pleasantly surprised, although if it weren't for Laura and Nick, we would not have seen half of it. First and foremost, 'The Gateway Arch', wow! to have been built in 1963 and opened 1968, this 192m structure well ahead of it's time, features a lift, and doesn't look dated to this day. The fact that the sun was smiling down and hiding the brown murk of the ...
... It won’t stay tied back, so I decided to braid it. It’s been so long since I braided my hair, I had to practice. Dave says he likes it that way, but I feel like one of those women who still dresses like a hippie fifty years after the hippie subculture faded. All I need is a long skirt, a gauze peasant blouse (no, I didn’t save them) and for my hair to magically turn grey (ha).At the zoo, ...