Casino Queen Hotel And RV Park
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... artwork and accessible too, as we went to the top later in the day. Its the largest monument in the northern hemisphere. We decided after our visit a big monument would be a good idea for tourism in Sheffield. We thought a massive knife and fork would be appropriate.
After walking around the park we got on a real life Mississippi steamer. I think it was a hybrid. We made our way north and saw many sights along the river. It was really good we learnt a lot in ...
Our first stop this morning was the gateway arch in St. Louis. Which is a wonderful monument which can be seen for miles . We did think we wouldn't be stopping to visit the arch as when we turned up the RV parking was 6ft underwater!! So we just abandoned the van on some waste ground ...
... driving and not the old road! He gave us a top tip for driving in the "diamond lanes" in LA. You can only drive in these if u have at least 2 people in the car. He said local LA people have been known to drive with a dummy on the passenger seat - but then said "if you get caught with a dummy passenger, the punishment is worse than being caught with a kilo of cocaine! They'll throw your ass in jail"!!!! Our rental car is a Chevrolet Equinox 3.6l V6 engine SUV. It's ...
... around with some humorous delights hahaha. One of the rangers walking around with a trolley with a " Abe Lincoln " hat and a fur on it asking anyone within earshot if they want to " pat a beaver, has anyone ever pat a beaver" hahahaha. I was in fits of laughter and a lady next to me said " you aint petting my beaver ****** y'all" hahahahaha and the little notices near the stuffed animals was ...
... in Fulton on March 5, 1946. That, added to Mary’s suggestion, had us turning off the interstate and driving into Fulton at 10:45.
What a great stop this was! Driving into Fulton and onto the Westminster College Campus, one of the first buildings that caught our eyes was a lovely church sitting on a small rise. According to their brochure, “the Church of St. Mary is a magnificent Christopher Wren designed building that dates back to the ...