Red Roof Inn St. Louis St. Charles
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... others before arriving at Portland! I will be camping, staying with relatives, staying in Motels, and couchsurfing on the way! I had a great two weeks in St. Louis with my friends and relatives but now it's on the road again! Ciao from me, Vinnie, and Rufus! ...
... us. Some have asked if Bruiser is along on the trip and the answer is a resounding YES! Not sure how he will adjust but here goes.
We left Navy Circle at 8:45 with the temperature a pleasant 79 degrees.
I was told we would stop for brunch in two hours at a place where you can order Mama's Pancake Breakfast, Eggs in a Basket, Fresh Start Sampler, etc. as well as shop the "country store". Ya'll know what I'm talking about. However, we ...
... one guy in period garb) sitting around, their chairs in a circle in the gift shop, chewing the fat. Awesome. (For the Catholic nerds: the city was named after Charles Borromeo.)
The historic portion of St. Charles is charming. Think: Old Town Alexandria, Jr. They even have a knock off of the Torpedo Factory – theirs is a converted rail car factory. It was very cute, yet I have my doubts ...
... that go up vertically as well as obliquely in groups of 6. They have 8 that go up at the same time at both sides of the arch.
On one side is the Missisisippi Bridge looking over into Illinois with the first major bridge over it called Eads Bridge and it was famous in its ...
For dinner, we picked up Jen and Mike and went to Iron Barley where we had a wonderful meal. Churro also enjoyed it! After dinner we were able to watch our old friends The Dodgers play The Cardinals at Busch Stadium. The stadium was really nice and it was a wonderful end to our time in St. Louis. We loved the city, the food, and especially the time we got to spend with our friends.
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