Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Shiloh/O'Fallon
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Well we picked up our camper on Friday the fifth, had our orientation and headed down the road. We stayed at a campground about 30 miles away, set up and immediately ran into problems, the leveling system did not work. After some phone calls we discovered that all was well and we were not given all of the info we needed. Fast forward, traveled to Cahokia IL. Arrived at our campground and guess what, the leveling system did not work at all nor would the slide-outs which mean't ...
... idea of being in this tiny pod that creaks and cranks it's way to the top of this mega arch is astounding...what an engineering feat to come up with this design! Bry and I take the celebratory pictures next to the signs and out the windows and then make our back down the Arch where we meet up with Bryan and Gracie.
Gracie and Bryan had ...
... which mainly appeared to be closed, the majority of them were actually restaurants/cafes, both of us were cold and not really enjoying this walking about in these Arctic conditions so when I saw a gift shop open I steered us inside with the idea of maybe finding a suitcase in here. Unfortunately not but I did ask the lovely young gentleman if they sold them and when he said no I told him someone had told us to go out to Richmond Heights to the Walmart... well.. you'd have thought ...
... Boathouse – a restaurant right close to the zoo. Mom and I got salads and the kids got pizza and sandwiches.
It was nearing game time so we went to Busch Stadium, home of the Cardinals who were playing the first place Pirates. It was a beautiful night for a baseball game and Busch Stadium is a nice stadium to watch a game. The Pirates jumped out to a 3-0 lead after the 2nd inning, but the Cards battled back to tie it ...
... She on the left. He on the right. Since Harry and Bess planned every detail of the place we wondered if these were the same sides of the bed where they rested each night. Neat thought.
We found Clinton's Drug Store in town and ordered HUGE ice cream sundaes. This is the place where Harry worked back in 1898 learning the meaning of hard work and responsibility. Funny how that sort of thing carries ...