Our Lady of the Snows Shrine Hotel
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... and posting himself at the screened door to my mom's porch. He hates not being allowed in rooms, so when my mom decided Max wouldn't be allowed in her closet, Max decided he would do whatever it took to get in (and guess who eventually won?).
Not wanting to waste a great day in Saint Louis, my mom, dad and I went to Carl's (http://www.yelp.com/biz/carls-drive-in -brentwood) for lunch and left Max alone for the first ...
Spent the morning following the River Road on my way to what I thought was to be my destination: Hannibal MO to visit the Mark Twain Museum. I came across this really cool Iron drawbridge that spanned the Mississippi and had to go over it. To get to the bridge was a gradual curve and then the bridge itself had a couple of twists in it and then a curve back down. The bridge gave off an impression of being very old and very ...
... chicken noddle soup and several varieies of wine for dinner. Avery shared her school papers with me and we practice a few multipication facts. Wayne is now catching up with Beth and Eric. Wayne traveled with me last spring and we got to go on a house hunting day with them. We visited the house that they are in today. Off to WV early in morn after Avery catches bus to ...
... a cycle race going on which took up most of the street, but gave it quite a fun atmosphere. There is a really funky old time style cinema and bowling alley as well. It also hold the St Louis Walk of Fame. Now granted I didn't recognise quite a few of the names, but there were a few that I did, and that I didn't realise were from St Louis, such as Chuck Berry, John Goodman, Nelly, TS Elliot, Ike and Tina Turner, and Betty Grable. I don't think I'd every ...
... site. It was like
stepping back in time with all the original buildings and the Lincoln
campaign wagon. Things were so much more picturesque back then. I got
back to the visitor center 40 minutes before closing and watched the
last few minutes of a house tour film and then watched a wonderful
25-minute theatrical film about the Lincolns' life in Springfield until
he became President. I walked around a few more minutes ...