Drury Inn Collinsville
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of it was about the baseball and football, neither of which I have ANY knowledge! But we saw huge stadiums which make the MCG look tiny! ...
... pleasantries and asked where ya'll were from. I went on to explain that we were touring ballparks and had just left KC and headed to St. Louis. She smiled and said, "I beg your pardon" So I said, we are on vaycayshun. She said, "oh, that's nice, enjoy!". LOL. WE got out to the car and Bryan said, "you talk to fast, she had no idea what you were saying". Giddyup!
Bryan was able to complete his set of the beer goblet ...
... via Interstate 55, but even that took us a good 45 mins to clear the city. We eventually came off I55 and joined Route 66 at Wilmington, where we got our first iconic photo opportunity with the Gemini Giant Muffler Man. He is outside an old drive thru restaurant which has sadly now closed down. Route 66 is fairly well signposted from Wilmington and is a real mixture of types of road. One minute you're going through a housing estate with kids waving at you, the next ...
... vats, it would take you 137 years.
Next we moved through to the brew house. A lot of people were wrinkling their nose up at the smell outside, though I just felt like I was 11 years old again, walking across the school field to RS in the rain. That smell goes hand in hand with rainy days. We firstly had a little talk about the brewing process from a tour guide who seemed more suited to the beaches of California than a brewery in Missouri, all tan, ...
... Kemper Art
Museum at Washington University in Saint Louis. Many college art museums are
small and have collections that are hidden away somewhere, only parts of which
can be seen by the public as parts of educational exhibitions in what is
essentially just gallery space. The Kemper, though, has a substantial
collection on permanent display, including several works by Max Beckmann, the
German expressionist painter who taught ...