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... of vast America! In OK and MO today, there seemed to be forests of deciduous trees with no view beyond them. So, who knows, there could have been miles and miles of homes and businesses, unlikely given the exits and distances between them. As for cities, we traveled I-44 driving through or around cities we have never driven by before: Tulsa, OK and Joplin, Springfield and St. Louis, MO. Oops, we have been to St. Louis before! On ...
... general consensus was that the line ride wasn't too much fun but we finally did make it to the very cramped viewing area at the top of the Gateway Arch. At 630 feet tall the arch is a camper's length higher than the Seattle Space Needle (25ft). The view is pretty good, although you are a bit limited given the very small windows you can look out of. In contrast at the Space Needle and the Empire ...
... took us about 3.5 hours to go through the whole park making most of the main stopping points.
After lunch at Wendy’s we then drove to the Lower Mississippi River Museum and spent maybe an hour there. We then did the 2 scenic drives listed in the Vicksburg visitor guide. Then we went to dinner at Rusty’s Riverfront Grill. My mother and I had margaritas and my father had a Southern Pecan beer. For the main course my mother had the NY Strip which was a special with ...
... not go up to the top because of the crowds. I did check out their Western Expansion Exhibit which I wish there was more of. I then took a walk around downtown and then off to the Cathedral Basilica of St Louis. The outside of the church was nice a modern church built in the old style but the inside was amazing!! I have never been in a church so beautiful. Most of the Biblical scenes, the saints and heavenly ...
... that didn't exist. Though, on the plus side all the driving around gave Mel some good photo ops of the arch. Finally we turned on Google navigation and got there in 5 min.
The first thing we did is walk through the park that surrounds that arch which looked incredible with all the leaves changing color. And Mel really wanted to take a picture of a mother and father who were each holding a hand of their young son and walking down the ...