Country Hearth Inn & Suites
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... evening so we'll see how that goes, another adventure on the horizon. The good news is we met four super nice couples and made some new friends, always a silver lining in that gloomy cloud. We decided to stay here for a few days before heading to Branson so we will have some time to visit some friends and my dad. I attached some photos and I will include some interior photos after we get things put away and straightened up, we'll keep you updated. Thanks for listening, Gary and ...
... hunch over because the pods are round. The ride to the top takes about five minutes. In the end, the experience is well worth it. What a view! Karen and I had a leisurely walk through town on the way back to the hotel/train station. We actually found a grocery store downtown, so stocked up on a few items. Things we saw: We went into the main post office to mail a letter. This very old granite building is just too ...
... US citizenship. This decision helped divide our country, leading us into the Civil War.
What did we do next? Having free time and bad weather conditions, we opted to go back over the Mississippi River to Illinois and visit the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Sorrows. Having no expectations on what we would find, we weren't disappointed. There was really nothing ...
... Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives place called, "Sweetie Pies". The Mac and Cheese and Peach Cobbler were out of this world. We couldn't take pictures in the restaurant which is really too bad -it was quite the experience.
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... discover though was the largest jigsaw puzzle warehouse in the US - in St Louis - so of course we just had to visit. They claim to have over 10,000 jigsaws, and Christine had a hard time choosing just a few.
We also visited the St Louis Butterfly Garden. This was absolutely brilliant, the best we have seen so far. Though only a relatively small area, they have nearly 2,000 butterflies from all over the world - there were butterflies ...