Days Inn Downtown St Louis
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10/9 Day 110 We are still camped in East St. Louis. Today was cloudy and spitting rain when we started out so we decided to do a road trip to the Mark Twain Memorial and Museum in Florida MO. This museum was constructed around and over the two room house where MT was born. Though the house had been moved a short distance to this location. They had furnished the house with period furniture a lot of which was secured in the ...
... evident. Those at the Bar and in the Judiciary, (unfortunately) tend to be privately educated, Oxbridge graduates. The way Judges talk and act in the UK is the opposite to Judges in the US. There is no real class system here. It is refreshing in some ways, but I find it very difficult to talk to Judges here as our system is instilled in me.
The more time I spend here the more I want to do a comparative PHD on the two systems.....
We then flew home to DC in ...
... from a finishing tank. The process isn’t all that different from what microbreweries do but the scale here is massive. After the tour I headed to the Schlafly Bottleworks, the brew pub for the St. Louis Brewery and home for the Maplewood Farmer’s Market on Wednesday evenings. After the market (apples, green peppers, rosemary olive bread) I headed into the Bottleworks for dinner and a ...
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There's a lot that's appealing about Europe. For one thing, much of it feels very safe. Life seems simpler and things seem to change slowly. But the everyday transactions of living the way many Europeans do, dealing with small streets, stores and homes, as well as parking problems, could tire one out if you lived it every day. We also realized that we might be better in smaller towns while traveling with the kids. While as adults ...
... those marveling at the construction details that went into building the monument. I wonder if any of them were prompted to think about what kind of monument they would like to see built to reflect the greatness of their culture.
The trip up the arch was a bit nerve racking for me since I don’t like heights but once I was at the windows and looking out I couldn’t help ...