Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Shiloh/O'Fallon
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... br> members and as a place for ruling and worship.
The mounds are made of earth and the large is about 100’ high with 4
terraces making up the sides of a large rectangle. The visitor center was excellent and included a good 15 minute video. The place is
quite large and we walked a portion of the perimeter in a 3+ mile walk. Trail was not well maintained and a bit soggy in ...
... about how terrible the team and players are. Ben was pulling for the team the whole time. It was a great reminder of how the people you surround yourself with (in everyday life, not just baseball games) has a profound impact on your enjoyment of life.
Quick Hitters: First time seeing both teams this trip ... Probably the fullest stadium (right there with San Fran) ... Great play by Adams led to an awkward slide by both the pitcher ...
... and dominates the St. Louis skyline. A trip to St. Louis is not complete without cruising the Mississippi and seeing the view from the top of the Gateway Arch. Beneath the gateway arch is the Museum of Westward expansion. We spent hours learning about the Lewis and Clark expedition up the Mississippi and Missouri river and across to the Pacific. A journey somewhat comparable to our trip across America except they only managed to average 9 miles per day, I don't know ...
... museum dedicated to national progress and expansion. A place that easily could have been sunk by hyper-patriotic mumbo jumbo instead transcends all of the pretense to create an image that kind of defies description...a documentary film made about the same time the Arch was completed, "A Monument to the Dream" is supposed to do it justice. For now, we just have the photos...
After the Arch, it seemed that Saint ...
... 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 ...