Days Inn O'Fallon
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... that they do this at airports. Jay was the last thru and had Levi & the double buggy. Levi tried to leg it, so I caught up with him and had to go thru the scanner again with him. The security guard asked where we were all from and told us to make a visit to candy crown. We got our tickets to go up the arch, Marra and jasper stayed down. Whilst in the queue for the north tram up, I took a quick scout about the visitor centre. I got back just in time to move forward for the ...
... the large number of paintings by two regional Missouri artists, George Caleb Bingham and Thomas Hart Benton. The Saint Louis Museum has the largest number of Bingham works, Luminist-style paintings of rural Missouri frontier life in the two decades before the American Civil War. Benton was a Missouri-based Regionalist painter who depicted many scenes of depression-era rural America.
... asking me why she got called that and how it isn't her name. I just kept shrugging and telling her I had no idea. She finally shuffled off. So when Lady Chablis came out, she holds the door open for me and says "Here you go Queen". Haha... I've never been called that name until now.
We made it to Nashville and went to Ryman Auditorium. I'm not a big fan of country music, but I do like old stuff from ...
... scenery along the way. Once in Jefferson City we found the walk start point and began our walk. The weather was beautiful and our walk started off great. We saw a few trains and much of downtown. We had a grand view of the Missouri River. Then we did a self guided tour of the capitol. It's pretty impressive, but not as nice as the Kansas capitol (my personal opinion). As the walk continued the day got warmer and the hills got steeper so that 10 km seemed like 20. By the ...
... by the 30s most of what we know in vacuums such as beater bars, retractable cords, uprights and canisters had all been invented. Not much new since then! They even had a copy of the vacuum that is on Air force One (both GW's and Obama's). I know it sounds silly, but we really enjoyed this tour and Connie the tour guide at the museum did a great job. We bought a small vacuum for the camper and are really happy with it so ...