Pear Tree Inn Arnold
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... before. The first of many changes Lindsey saw throughout the day after
five years away, Companion had a complete makeover. The soft blue interior and
cozy booths were replaced by a fancy red color scheme with edgy urban lights
and high stools. Thankfully, the food hadn’t changed a bit and James got to try
the classic cheesy baked eggs, toast, and coffee Lindsey remembered. We also
got an “ooey ...
Bevs back has given her mucho jip so we came out late today, the thinking is May as well be in agony walking as sitting and doing naff all. Our companions have gone off to find a botanical gardens, we are sitting in a vast casino complex. Our intention is to get a trolley bus tour of St Louis. We thought we'd spend a jolly hour upon the trolley but lost our cash instead. We haven't really gambled. We're near a place called Lacledes Landing. Riverfront ...
... a pinch salt we headed out to some bars. Everywhere appeared dead including the main drag of bars. Concerned about the crime rate we hid all our money and card in our shoe apart from a couple of bucks. Deciding that the bars aren't worth our time we ran back through the crime ridden streets to our highway motel. Emptying our shoes back at the motel we managed to tip $40 worth of notes in our ...
... We saw orange flamingos and synchronised fishing pelicans, swimming baby elephants and the cutest deer in history. Other attractions included locals with an inability to read exhibit information and a preference to call a lemur, a monkey and anything remotely deer like, an antelope. After surviving a day at the zoo, a picnic in Forest Park was just what the doctor ordered. St. Louis really is the perfect gateway to the Midwest, we can't wait to see more. Bec and Barney ...
... Springfield, and through to Saint Louis as a pictorial. Whatever narrative that is to be drawn by the viewer will likely be as coherent, if not more so, than our own words might attempt at explaining the pleasantly meandering madness we immersed ourself in throughout the day. Feel free to guess at what might be happening...
We'll be out on Route 66 again by Friday, as we disembark for Tulsa!