Americas Best Value Inn / St. Louis - Airport
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- Free parking
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... s well worth the visit. For all of the Catholics that remember the old mass, we attended one on Fathers Day, same as it was in the 60's before the change, all in Latin, priest facing the alter and no amplification, communion given by the priest only and alter boy with a patten. It was like stepping back in time, most of the women were wearing Mantillas or chapel veils. Here is some history of the church: The Church of the Holy Family(French: Eglise de la ...
... Levi" to which he put his hand up for a high five, which was so funny and cute, We ordered a bloomin onion to share, everyone enjoyed this apart from Zoey. I was sat next to Levi tucking in & blowing them before he ate it and sharing everything with me. I had ordered the firecracker salmon with mango salsa & veg. Andy had a double burger and fries. Surprisingly full again, we waddled out to the car. Aiden came with us, as he did not want to go to Walmart ...
... color: rgb(204, 204, 221);">Have you created a life for yourself where you can experience them?
I have. I am f**king crazy.
But I am free."
Next we drove through Forest Park and it was frightfully crowded. Even just
driving down the streets was very slow so thankfully we were not looking to park. I can’t
say this was one of the prettier city parks we’ve seen but it sure was one of the busiest.
Then we drove around Washington University which was very nice. The houses along
Lindell Blvd were also very impressive.
Then we drove to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis which ...
... town with stories to tell. We headed for the City Hall which had a 'phone booth on the roof. We enquired if we could use it (Photo opportunity) and the young lady took us up to the Fire Department upstairs, they said no, something to do with Health and Safety would you believe? We were then taken into the Mayor's Office and was given the story of the Booth. (Never seen such a big posh office). Apparently it was used by a willing volunteer to keep an eye out ...