Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis/O'Fallon
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For today's wanderings we stayed close to the campground and checked out downtown St. Charles. When I setup the trip I had no idea there was anything nearby the campground, it was only after we got here that we discovered the significance of the city we were staying in.
From the visitor's guide:
"Saint Charles is a source ...
... park immediately adjacent to the RV park. The park has trails that lead straight to the Missouri River including some historical markers discussing river boats (and one that sank just off the park). Other items found in the park: A playset for the kids (takes care of that if there are younger ones staying, but not our 12-year old LOL), some picnic areas including BBQ's. Now to rest up--its all baseball tomorrow... ...
Bilbo has always had a kind heart, so I wasn't surprised when he took matters into his own hands to keep everyone safe from war. He snuck away from the mountain with the help of the ring. I followed him to make sure everything went well. We went to see Bard and the Elvenking and give them ...
... was captured. He really isn't that great of a burglar yet.
One by one, we (the dwarves and I) came towards the fire. We each were caught by the trolls, who were planning on cooking and eating us. Suddenly, we heard a voice and it turned out to be Gandalf, who saved us ...
... through the many exhibit rooms before stopping to see the movie
giving the details of the case. I won’t
go into the details but I will say I have heard of this case for many years and
had absolutely no idea what it was about.
Google it if you want to learn more about the case.
From the court house, we made our way to the Old
Cathedral for a brief visit. There’s a
museum and gift shop there also, but it ...
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