Our Lady of the Snows Shrine Hotel
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... and barfing up what little remains of the bug didn't go down his throat! Hahahahahaha! Now, even though the risk of the man of your dreams potentially dying from an accidentally bug overdose seems possible, the kids and I could not stop laughing as he hacked up a lung with drool literally hanging off his bottom lip. (And he wonders why ...
Time to head out for the night, my original plan was to go to the 360 bar at the Hilton then down to Soulard for a night listening to music in a bar somewhere but we were both pretty exhausted from the days activities so decided to just go downstairs to Tigin Irish Pub for a few drinks and have our leftover pizza for dinner, after all we'd had a huge lunch that finished at 3pm! ...
... be to get to another town. We stayed at a historic hotel in the heart of Kansas www.midlandrailroadhotel.com which was the production site for a movie titled "Paper Moon". They were not expecting guests to arrive (it was close to 9:30pm) and had to get the rooms ready (turn on the a/c and make the beds). Although it was a charming place we went to sleep for the first time since I can remember sweating. The a/c ...
... using 'like' every 15 seconds, then got to tour the brew house. The brew house is also incredibly ornate, with the mashers and kettles encased within iron lattiework, also with chandeliers.We then went into the packaging plant and saw the MASSIVE bottling and labelling plant. Very, very loud.
When we had finished we got to go and have some free beer! Woo hoo. Most of them were new beers to try out, though they did have Bud and Stella on tap for the ...
It was a beautiful time of day went I went back above ground and say the arch in the late sun. I was pretty hungry though and headed back to the car. I decided to stop at Forrest Park though because Spencer recommended it. He said it's bigger than Central Park. It was a 20-minute drive through the city on Lindell Boulevard. So finally I got to see a cross section of the city and it was definitely more interesting away from the river. I ...