Hampton Inn St. Louis/Fairview Heights
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... hour about St Louis.
Afterwards we had lunch then visited the old courthouse. We didn't realise the significance of the old courthouse but it was instrumental in the civil rights movement. Dredd Scott and his wife were both slaves and they contested their freedom in the courthouse as they were freed slaves enslaved. This was nothing new and there had been hundreds of other slaves contesting their freedom in the old courthouse. What was different about the ...
... in 2000. ANZ stadium was the Olympic stadium in 2000 and it's rooms will host some breakout sessions. The opening ceremony included speakers, music, and concluded with a flag ceremony. The flag ceremony is equivalent of lighting the cauldron at the end of the opening ceremony. Each year flags are delivered to the opening session via different means. This year the Roary flag, the Australian flag, and the US flag were carried by a Surf Life Saver Club ( ...
... too runny for his liking (he is a good Hungarian man with standards afterall!), but the matzo ball soup met his approval. This was the first restaurant we tried that was featured on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives (from The Food Network) - and as we will see many times, it was doing quite a tidy business from their 15 minutes of TV fame!
Our bellies full, we continued on our drive, reaching ...
... large places of worship, it completely gives the impression of entering another world. While such cathedrals do little to dilute the arguments about the catholic church having too much money, this one can certainly push such considerations to the side by offering a level of craftsmanship and deep personal experience unrivaled by all but the absolute best examples from Western Europe. Really, it is in its own league.
We started our day with Monkey Joe's. This second bounce paradise of the trip was packed full of slides, obstacle courses, and bounce houses (as well as people). Bryn, Sage, and Paul loved, loved, loved it. Joe and I loved the fact that Ruby Tuesdays was nearby for a quick lunch get away. Bryn was much more adventurous from ...