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... Hampton Inn chain in Collinsville, which is about 20 miles I think from St. Louis.
So the tradeoff for Paul, was for me to pack ...
... us entrance to! We cheered our first day with a nice over-priced cocktail, but the view of the arch was splendid! The air on the balcony, although still early spring chilly, was refreshingly warmer than what Cleveland had been.
We attempted at exploring the city a bit, but after discovering the Cathedral Basilica was closed for the day we headed to dinner at Pappy's Smokehouse & ...
... actually gave us 2 $50 seats at 1/2 price (cha-ching). They were also offering a behind the scenes tour of the stadium so we decided to do that too. It was really interesting and our guide was very knowledgeable. The park is one of the nicest we've been at and it was really fun to go out on the field, go in the radio announcer's room and see some of the World Series trophies they've won. I don't know if you'd even ...
... in America, apparently it has
been done before the last time being in Canada in 2006, some of the Chinese stay on because of damage to the
lanterns so they are on hand to repair anything. The Festival finishes on Sunday and has been
on since March, how lucky am I to have seen it.
After leaving the Botanical Gardens, Blake wants something
to eat so we head to the famous Loop (I’ve never heard of it?) where we try ...
... to contain his excitement. At this rate, I may have to put down some paper towel.
As the journey continued along the mother road there was something breathtaking around every corner. The village of Atlanta was just amazing, and we lost Noah for sometime taking photos. We had the smiles of crazy people – brilliant. And you can imagine Elwood’s delight when he saw a giant statue of a man ...