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... removed from the park during
construction. We continued a long walk to Busch Stadium and
then up Market Street past the Federal and County courthouses and many old
building. There is a sculpture garden
in City Garden which was a cool place with lots of kids, water falls, and great pieces of art. Fought my way out of St. Louis after the GPS
insisted on taking me to closed ...
... call you Mr stinky." Well this absolutely cracked us both up, andy could hardly breath with laughing so **********g with the other stuff Aiden was commenting on about andy, we were both crying with laughter at his observations. Following Marra, our sat nav was telling us to take left fork, but she stayed in the right lane forking off, we were flashing lights and waving arms to pull to the left, but she didn't notice and carried on off in the Chicago direction. We were back at ...
... I needed a beer, and what better place than a city originally settled heavily by Germans and the home of Anheuser-Busch. But Budweiser was not what I wanted. Saint Louis is apparently reviving its microbrewery tradition with many new breweries and brewpubs. I chose The Urban Chestnut in the Grove District, apparently one of the largest for a few German style beers and a Hungarian Bratwurst Platter. Then it was back to my Motel 6 room in the Illinois ...
With a brief stop over in Atlanta, we flew into St Louis this evening.
Pleasantly surprised by St Louis. It is a very pretty city, with relatively quiet, spotless roads and parks, it is in stark contrast to most of the places we have visited.
Although celebrating a 250 year anniversary this year, it is very modern and would appear well funded. The people have a friendly disposition and friendly smiles. Much like New Orleans, but without the clutter..
... a magnificent structure and just to see it close up was an experience in itself. The Old Courthouse, next to the arch is also a beautiful looking building, however again, due to the government shut down we were not able to go inside. All in all I found Saint Louis to be a very pleasant little city with several very interesting attractions to visit. However it was a little on the quiet front and for a Saturday afternoon it felt slightly deserted.