Hampton Inn St. Louis/Fairview Heights
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... to where I started. The ferry had a 2 HP electric motor to pull it back and forth. We took lots of pictures. Then we were off to Bo's Hollow. Mom Lynn and son Mark seem to run the place. They have a "30's Gas station and a little village with a Barber shop, Post office, Telegraph office, General store, Jail and Smoke House that sold beef jerky. We took a tour of the property and shop were they restore Model A's. Right now Dave is working on restoring a Vicky. ...
... viewing area for the game and this includes unlimited food and drinks at 14,000 per year and obligated for 10 years..OUCH!!! Trip up to the Cardinals radio broadcast booth which has the best view in town...We saw four of the Cardinals World Champion trophies,but not the other seven....They did not provide trophies for the earlier World Championships .......Stan the Man Musical, maybe one of the greatest hitter of all time and who placed for the Cardinals is represented with a very ...
... took us about 3.5 hours to go through the whole park making most of the main stopping points.
After lunch at Wendy’s we then drove to the Lower Mississippi River Museum and spent maybe an hour there. We then did the 2 scenic drives listed in the Vicksburg visitor guide. Then we went to dinner at Rusty’s Riverfront Grill. My mother and I had margaritas and my father had a Southern Pecan beer. For the main course my mother had the NY Strip which was a special with ...
... quarry. The priest was creative and used things like baking molds and glass bottles to add decorations along with shells and beautiful rocks. It was very peaceful both on the drive to the shrine (about 8 miles off the highway) and on the grounds. The area is remarkably similar to New England with rolling hills and lots of deciduous trees.
We arrived in the St. Louis area around rush hour and were impressed ...
... Rocking Chair in Fanning. A town called Cuba had quite a few interesting murals and then it was on to St. Louis. We stayed in a small town called Cahokia, across the river from St. Louis, and arrived at the motel around 5:45. After a quick dinner, we watched the season finale of Survivor. The internet wasn't working very well when I was doing this entry, so I had to do it quite quickly. Hope it makes some ...