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... to the Constitution. The decision made history and ultimately led to the freedom of slaves. It was another exceptional place visited on our journey.
We checked out Busch stadium where the local baseball team the St Louis Cardinals play. We checked out the City Garden which had some nice modern art, some which was accessible to simple minds like ours, some which went over our heads.
It's a nice city we enjoyed St Louis, its just a shame we didn't have ...
... in line in the hallway, and I'm standing in line behind a woman who kinda looked like Lady Chablis (from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil), except I'm pretty sure this lady was really a woman. When this older lady finally came out of the bathroom, "Lady Chablis" busts out with "Hi Queen" as if she knows her. After Lady Chablis shuts the bathroom door behind her, the older lady is standing there ...
... just give Forest Park and Delmar Loop a miss, I mean as much as I longed to see them I just couldn't bear the thought of being outside in this cold all day. Both of us were well rugged up so our bodies from the neck down were warm but we didn't have beanies, at least I had a lightweight top with hood and a scarf but poor Rodd had nothing above the neckline of his jacket and I just know he was miserable what with his aching foot and frozen head but as usual he carried on without a ...
... 8217;t hurt as much anymore.
Planning our route further we decide to stay in Collinsville one more night to make the trip to Chicago in one go, rather than stop along the way.
In the morning we head off, not stopping very often, but instead enjoying the scenery rolling by corn fields, and some more corn fields. We stop for lunch at Panera Bread in Bloomington, IL before continuing on. Hmmm, Panera Bread is delicious, Gemma wasn't ...
... the Chicago metropolitan area, and got to the first "sight" that any 66 traveller expects to see, the gemini giant, a big advertisement for the recently closed launching pad drive in. It was relief to see it, finally recognising that I was on my way to 66. When I pulled into the car park at there was a bunch of american bikers there already, and being damn friendly I chatted to them for about half an hour, they offered for ...