Ramada Inn St. Louis Airport/Hazelwood
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... I just pictured the whole thing snapping in half and falling to my death. Then we got back in the spaceship, through the inner workings of the arch. You could see the steps the workers used. It would really sick if you forgot to turn a light off after getting back to the bottom. After our date in the sky we went to find st.louis BBQ, and it was love at first Bogart. Seriiusly, the place was called Bogarts. And it was ...
... games. It was very fortunate that I was able to do this, not so sure I will be able to adjust like this in the future. So instead of sitting around getting soaked by rain waiting for the game to start and hopefully not get postponed (it ended up being a 2 hour delay) I instead got soaked by sweating in 91 degree, high (for me) humidity weather. The stadium itself isn't remarkable or doesn't have any amazing features but I really like the ...
... looking marshmallow fudge brownies so we got one “to go” to split for breakfast the next day.
Wednesday for breakfast my mother and I split the brownie we got from Rusty’s
last night; it was delicious. It was a brownie with marshmallow and fudge then another
brownie with fudge on top of that. It was definitely a sharable size item. After breakfast
we drove to Natchez via Rte 61 to the Natchez Trace. We stopped along the way at the
... to us.
The next stop was Cahokia Mounds, a major center for the Native American Mississippian culture from 900 - 1500 BC. Again, due to cold, damp conditions, we didn't explore the area on foot but took some time to visit the museum. We were pleasantly surprised at what we learned, never knowing or hearing about these mounds.
Back over the bridge to St. ...
... airplanes, wires, signs, gears, pipes, pretty much anything you can think of and it all came from the city of St Louis. It was an amazing place, one that is very hard to describe. Everything could be climbed up, climbed through, slid on, etc. It was a huge maze with ladders, stairs, slides, tunnels and holes everywhere and there were purposefully no maps. The intent is for kids to just explore. For parents who need to know where there ...