Holiday Inn Airport West
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Today another great morning. Had breakfast at the lodge and were on the road by 8. We wanted to go to Bo's Hollow today first and then Akers 2 car ferry because Bo's was only 3 miles from the lodge. Bo's did not open until 10 so we ran over to Akers car ferry first and then back tracked to Bo's. The ferry had a toll of $4 and I was the only one that put my car on. The operator ran me across the river and then I got off and turned around and got right back on to ...
... games. It was very fortunate that I was able to do this, not so sure I will be able to adjust like this in the future. So instead of sitting around getting soaked by rain waiting for the game to start and hopefully not get postponed (it ended up being a 2 hour delay) I instead got soaked by sweating in 91 degree, high (for me) humidity weather. The stadium itself isn't remarkable or doesn't have any amazing features but I really like the ...
... the building and went up to the 27th fl observation deck. !
Then we drove around and then went to see LSU before driving to our hotel the
Homewood Suites. We got a 2 bedroom suite room 141.
For dinner we went to Ninfa’s for Mexican food. They had 2 for one margarita
happy hour, so instead of 3 margaritas they brought us 4 and we split the last one. My
mother and I had the cheese enchiladas served with rice and beans and my father had
the Rancho ...
... a magnificent structure and just to see it close up was an experience in itself. The Old Courthouse, next to the arch is also a beautiful looking building, however again, due to the government shut down we were not able to go inside. All in all I found Saint Louis to be a very pleasant little city with several very interesting attractions to visit. However it was a little on the quiet front and for a Saturday afternoon it felt slightly deserted.
... the market we tried freshly peppered salami from an eccentric Canadian, and then something referred to as Goose Poop, a spivey relish you can put on anything, but would probably ruin most due to its heat. People were walking round with stickers saying that they had been Goosed! We left the market half hour ahead of schedule, so walked towards the Bud Brewery, passed Bogarts where we were planning to eat lunch. As we walked passed Tom notices it was open, and being slightly peckish ...