Holiday Inn St. Louis-Fairview Heights
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For our first and only day in St Louis we did a few different things, all of which we enjoyed; and in the end we concluded St Louis is quite an interesting and vibrant city. I would recommend it to a friend.
We had to find breakfast and walked from our hotel by St Louis' oldest remaining part: Laclede's Landing. The area has some of the oldest remaining buildings in St Louis and it marks the northern part of the original settlement founded by the ...
I'm kidding really but my grandma Schulte was the reason I started this blog in the first place. It's now been three days and she's probably wondering "Now why don't he write?" Truth is much like my last trip down under there hasn't been a lot of extra time. So now that I'm wide awake at 4 am and can't go back to sleep I'll type. Forgive any grammatical errors and typos. And granny if you're reading this...I really do need to do this so I can go back and ...
... yes, another DDD restaurant). We had heard that they routinely sell out of food (as they smoke their meats in house) and we were hopeful that we weren't too late - the place was packed! When we ordered, we got the last slab of ribs - to which the counter girl yelled "86 RIBS" quite loudly! We sat at a picnic table seemingly designed to keep your chin at plate level and happily ate our St. Louis ...
... most insufferable people we've met yet. Who knows--the luck of the draw seems an apt metaphor in a city famously financed throughout history (at least in part) by river-going gambling boats on the muddy Mississippi. A mixed bag--but one with some strong lasting impressions. A strong showing in some departments, perhaps a second run will yield more consistent results. Tomorrow, 12 hours of driving to Tulsa...
... was very sweet about playing dolls with Bryn.
After a leisurely breakfast and van load, we headed out to St. Louis. It's a lovely, relatively short, drive from Lexington, and we arrived in the afternoon with plenty of time for visiting. We have two sets of friends here: the Otts whom we know from our days in Fayetteville and the Barneys an extension of the Farmer clan dear to my heart. We decided to divide and conquer.
Joe and Sage went ...