The Lodge Hotel & Banquets St. Louis Airport
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... evening so we'll see how that goes, another adventure on the horizon. The good news is we met four super nice couples and made some new friends, always a silver lining in that gloomy cloud. We decided to stay here for a few days before heading to Branson so we will have some time to visit some friends and my dad. I attached some photos and I will include some interior photos after we get things put away and straightened up, we'll keep you updated. Thanks for listening, Gary and ...
... decided to go straight to the BBQ place instead of the hotel. On the way to the BBQ place, we drove by St. Louis University. Thought of you, Diane, as we saw all the signs. And, Katie, Washington U, is not far away from there? Saw a glimpse of the infamous Arch... only a small glimpse as you'll see in the photo. Anyway, we went to Pappy's Smokehouse which is a straight out BBQ place, no frills, only great BBQ! As we drove into the parking lot, ...
... the top the inside space of the arch is only about 6' high x 12' wide filled with other tourists snapping away all trying to get that one really great photo of the old Courthouse just outside the arch (we, of course, opted to take photos of Busch Stadium instead).
Fortunately the line ride to get down was much quicker--only had to wait for one round-trip of the egg mobile train.
On the whole it ...
... 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
We slept in a little bit today, as the previous day's driving had done its best to wear us out completely. However, once up, at around 9 am, we rifled through cheap breakfast foods and set to the task of viewing Citygarden and the Gateway Arch on the waterfront of the Mississippi River. Expecting another tourist attraction puffed up with self-importance, and wielding a plastic facade, we were very very pleasantly surprised with ...