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... decor, big elephant head on the wall, motorcycle and drag car hanging from the ceiling. Food was good - burger for me and fajita's for Jody, coffee was terrible. Tomorrow it's an early start, with a stop at the Mark Twain Caves in Hannibal along the way, we expect to be in Cedar Rapids, Iowa by tomorrow night.
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... it). There was plenty of time to mooch around at the airport, so we walked from one end to the other, stopping at the Coronna beach bar for a drink. After a little bit more of a wander we got coffees & cookies and sat in our departure lounge, people watching. Unfortunately our flight was delayed, due to the incoming plane we would have got on, had a technical fault and deemed not suitable for flight. Thankfully we had a newer plane available, ...
This was our first day we spent completely on foot (if you don't count the bus and cab we took to get back). We walked approximately 10 miles criss-crossing the different neighborhoods (Downtown, Lafayette Square, Soulard - home of the king of beers ;-), Benton Park, South Grand, Shaw, The Hill). Each area has a ...
Day 40-41 St Louis, Missouri
We arrived in St Louis around eight at night. I love the drive into the city. From the east, you cross over the Mississippi River and then pass the arch, which is an engineering marvel. Then you exit on to the downtown turnpike, swirling past the Cardinals Stadium. It is a great layout for entering what was originally, "the gateway to the west". Kelsey, Lynn, Rob and I met our friends Jesse and Lexi at their apartment to come up with ...
I left Flagstaff after a mere 25 hours, the departing train was a bit late due to a collision with an elk, and now I'm on my way to St. Louis. This leg was particularly eventful because my train had about a dozen Amish making their way back home after three weeks in Tijuana... And no it wasn't for an epic stag party. Apparently Amish sometimes travel to Mexico for medical care and they were on their way back home to New York... Only three more days of train travel for them.