Holiday Inn St. Louis-Fairview Heights
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... is Matt Holliday. He had a great night and she cheered extra hard when he rounded the bases after a homerun.
On Sunday we took the camera for a long walk and took some snaps of the mighty Mississippi flowing, the Arch and some other stuff in St Louis. We made use of the oven in the loft (we have no oven in our RV) and made brownies and a roast beef with potatoes and veggies. Just what we needed. On Monday, we hit up the St Louis Zoo (ranked ...
Aside from hanging out with our friends in Ames, we didn't really do much else on this leg of our trip. I'm ready to hit the road right now - although, I must say, that Jason and Julie rocked dinner last night, and I would have loved to have on of the grilled pork chops with breakfast this morning! Since there were no leftovers, we had partook in our free hotel breakfast, and hit the road. Obviously there is a lot of farm land to ...
... the bus. Now remember the plan? stay on the bus! But for some reason I saw the Convention Center and said, come on Rodd this is our stop.... in my defense he didn't argue with me, he didn't say "sit down, we're going all the way around" he just stood up and followed me off and then as the doors shut behind us he said " weren't we going to stay on up Washington?"... grrrr... I still get cranky with myself when I think about this cos I really wanted to see what there is up there, ...
... flat out dropped a fly ball that was hit right to him.
We were hoping to get back from the game relatively early and wake up and hit the road for the long ride home early the next morning, but the teams had other plans. The game went extra innings. As it hit the 14th inning the clock struck midnight, but we were determined not to leave early, especially as we had moved down to the lower deck as fans had left the game. (What is ...
... It did have stairs, but they are closed to the public).
We found a good place to eat in the downtown area called Calecos Bar & Grill. A quick cab ride back and we were home in our RV at the RV campground (It looks actually like a parking lot with hookups and a swimming pool...lol). Its the closest place to the downtown ...