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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Drove 320 miles from Columbia, MO to Santa Claus, Indiana. As we were driving through St. Louis, we stopped at the Arch, which was right near the St. Louis Cardinals baseball stadium. Briefly visited the museum under the Arch, and then had lunch at Caleco's. Stayed at an adorable campground/RVpark called Lake Rudolph in Santa Claus, Indiana, which as you can guess, is a Christmas-themed ...
Arriving in French Lick is such a surprise. You're driving, driving, driving....then all I a sudden you round the corner ...there sits the most magnificent building you've ever seen. West Baden. So beautiful and so elegant. We went a little further to the French Lick Springs (where the Casino is located). We had planned to eat at the buffet/cafeteria but they stopped serving at 2 pm. So we decided to go back to the rotunda, West Baden.
... Vidalia onions and an avocado, and eat microwaved corn on the cob that we had purchased at the local grocery store. It was very good. If you have not microwaved your corn on the cob, you need to throw away those pots of boiling water, shucking, and time consuming task of taking the silk off, and learn to microwave it in the husks and just pop them out of the husks with NO silk attached.
Tomorrow we leave and head toward the eastern edge of ...
... working the land, taking care of the animals, and working with tools and implements of the period. The house is roughly the same as the one that the Lincolns lived in, but is approximately on foot less in width. Inside, are furniture and accessories of the mid-1800s.
The trail of 12 stones is a path with 12 stations that signify major accomplishments/milestones in Lincoln's life that are etched into stone from the area at which the event ...
... Pulpit Rock and unique Penny Ceiling. Marengo Cave remains at 52 degrees (farenheit) all year round.
Our tour guide's Grandmother attended square dancing and church sermons inside this cave.
We were about 80 feet below the surface and at one stage, because we were under a hill, it was 160 feet.
Everything about this tour was just spectacular!