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... to flooding and went to Cahokia IL
and the Cahokia Courthouse Historic Site.
This building is a replica built in 1940 but the Courthouse was
reconstructed on the original site and both Lewis and Clark would have spent
time in the Courthouse. I finished the day by going to a Cardinal / Padres game.
The Cardinals have the best record in baseball and the Padres are only
... the US.
We didn't quite make it to St Louis (home of Daniel Boone) so stayed in Arnold which is only 30 mile south. Had an amazing meal at 'Ruby Tuesday's', a restaurant in a Sizzler style with an amazing menu. I had Bourbon Glazed Salmon, fantastic, but then anything with bourbon is good.
We travelled through 4 states today, Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri & Illinois.
Tomorrow is a big day as we head for Milwaukee to pay homage to the home of Harley-Davidson.
... this experience unusually cool. We headed underground to it's museum, mmmeeh, it explained a bit of the history behind the arch, was full of stuffed things, and the layout was kind of unique, and the timeline worked in a spiral as you walked round the exhibit. Quickly moved along we caught a glimpse of the Ball Park village that had literally just opened. Home of Baseballs Cardinals, it was quite ...
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In the morning we went for a little run in Little Rock! Off to the next place – St Louis, MO. Another long day's driving we get there late in the evening. Looking for accommodation we find some cheap accommodation on the internet in East St Louis – but luckily we read up before going there, and East St Louis isn’t a nice place, apparently. The FBI ranks it as one of the most dangerous places ...
... somewhat later that the original and later bypass route had both been signed. We wanted the early route but found ourselves on the later route. We did not realise this for quite some time though and had to take the Interstate back into to town, in part because we got lost! The Gateway Arch is mind boggling big, made of stainless steel and over looking the bank of the Mississippi. A clever lift carriage conveyed us from the one foot of ...