Courtyard St. Louis Creve Coeur
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Today another great morning. Had breakfast at the lodge and were on the road by 8. We wanted to go to Bo's Hollow today first and then Akers 2 car ferry because Bo's was only 3 miles from the lodge. Bo's did not open until 10 so we ran over to Akers car ferry first and then back tracked to Bo's. The ferry had a toll of $4 and I was the only one that put my car on. The operator ran me across the river and then I got off and turned around and got right back on to ...
... train shed to have dinner in one of the restaurants. The seafood we both ordered was surprisingly good considering how far we are from an ocean. After dinner we split up. Karen exploring the shops and I exploring the railroad exhibits. The plan is to rest up for our day of driving tomorrow. It feels so nice to just kick back and relax for a change. Well, tomorrow we're back on the road to Frankfort, KY this time. ...
... to the St. Louis Zoo and the surrounding Forest Park, the location of the 1904 World's Fair. Granted, not all the animals were available for viewing but we did not care one bit. Come on, the temps were near 70!!!
Dishcrawl in Maplewood
Dinner was DishCrawl, pre-booked by Dave before we left Livonia. The venues were in the Maplewood neighborhood - 4 ...
... open to a tiny little tram with five tight seats (Robert had to hunch over for the ride up). The ride was about four minutes long to get up the 630ft (which is taller than the Statue of Liberty). The Arch shaped monument was built to honor the explorers that helped to expand the country to the west. At the top there were 16 tiny windows on each side that allowed us to look down. When we looked down we could see ...
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with those closest to us. A prophesy was fulfilled when Olin shared his life’s
story. When he was four years old, his father shot his mother and himself,
leaving his grandmother to care for Olin and his sister. While struggling with
loss, he gained something greater: Jesus Christ and a family of believers. We
saw him no different, in fact “more human.” The spirit moved many to tears and
allowed us to see stories of our ...