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... artwork and accessible too, as we went to the top later in the day. Its the largest monument in the northern hemisphere. We decided after our visit a big monument would be a good idea for tourism in Sheffield. We thought a massive knife and fork would be appropriate.
After walking around the park we got on a real life Mississippi steamer. I think it was a hybrid. We made our way north and saw many sights along the river. It was really good we learnt a lot in ...
... mile wide. Crazy.
The day started off with a short visit to Snake Alley, the crookedest street in the world. I'm not sure how this compares to Lombard Street in San Fran, but it was neat. The picture here is from the bottom. I was not able to drive on it. They had closed it to traffic for the snow. I crossed over ...
... than this! Tomorrow I'll do the Lewis and Clark experience at the arch in the morning and visit Tiemann Industrial in the afternoon. Then hit the Cardinals vs Mets game at Beautiful Busch stadium with the owner of Tiemann Industrial Ted Horn. Bright and Early start on Tuesday morning as I will have a 650 mile hike to The Crescent City in one day. Back at ya from the Big Easy!! Jim Ps in case you were wondering Lome- Accra -Tirana :) ( I don't have spell them right just say them ...
... liked the suited man with no head.
The best place in St Louis without a doubt was the 'City Museum', a must when visiting. This is not you ordinary museum. Sure it has things to look at, like the thousands of different door knobs, parts of buildings, new and old from all over America. It is home to the worlds largest pencil, largest pants, and even has swinging ropes for big kids ...
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Each time we go to a zoo, we remember our friend telling us the story of her neighbor. The neighbor insisted it was important when her children were young that she only show them one animal per zoo visit, least they get confused. We thought that seemed absurd and felt so sorry for the kids who might have missed out on so many fun experiences like flamingos in trees, hippos gomping bananas and baby ...