Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis-Edwardsville
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Day 20 started out with a cabin fire.. an electrical fire.. something got jimmied with the cigarette lighter receptacle and when I plugged in the phone charger attachment.. poof... all the insulation from the wiring to the battery promptly melted creating a cloud of acrid smoke... I yanked the wires free.. with the fire extinguisher in the corner of my eye all the while... what a stink...and after taste.
... Sugarfire BBQ and Grill. We managed to beat the dinner rush, and enjoyed some pulled pork, baby backs, and brisket. Sides included smoked and baked beans, coleslaw, and Mac n' Cheese. We washed it down with some lemonade - happy people once again. Dinner was awesome; it really hit the spot. Our room at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Clayton, was waiting for our full bellies. The room was nice, it included an executive level happy ...
... feels like -11 so I had 4 layers on both top and bottom so sweltered through breakfast, Rodd on the other hand was wearing a T-Shirt so was perfectly comfortable in the breakfast room!
So tummies full back to the room to gather cameras and Rodd added some layers and we head out to see the Arch. Now you see how close it is to our hotel so it should be fairly easy to walk to however ...
The downtown area of Clayton where Niche is located turned out to be a rather nice area with a number of restaurants and bars and lots of people walking around. This is a big difference from what I've seen in downtown St. Louis where in the evenings it looks like they set of a neutron bomb and killed all the people because the streets are deserted. On time when I was there a hockey game ended and suddenly the streets ...
... up some fresh fruit. The wedding rehearsal dinner was casual and we sampled local favourites including St. Louis BBQ and frozen custard.
July 21st was the BIG day. It was a beautiful event. The wedding party (and Sherwin's dad) braved the 40 degree heat for pictures at several outdoor venues. The sun shone on Sherwin and Katy as they walked down ...