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... to experience.
We set off on Highway 55 and eventually managed to get onto Route 66. It's not the easiest to find and the signage is sporadic!
We came across the Illinois Route 66 Welcome Centre and saw another couple in a Blue Mustang. Peter and Ashleigh. They taken a year out after getting married 7 months ago and went on (and are still on) a travelling holiday. Such a nice couple from somewhere on the border on Geordie land and Scotland. They ...
... Clark fame) and Adolphus Busch (of brewery fame). Our afternoon was through beautiful Forest Park and inside the St Louis Art Museum, where we viewed some of our favorites: Monet, O'Keefe, a Chihuly glass chandelier and much more. After meeting the boys, we had an incredible dinner of Chinese food, spent some time in the pool and then got caught up on sleep.
Back on the road in the morning, a lunch stop at ...
Reading reviews has pros and cons, when it comes to travelling to St. Louis the Lonely planet recommends it as the must see city of the mid west however Triposos labels St Louis as the most violent city in America. With this in mind we were somewhat cautious when looking for a place to house all our belongings. However, we were pleasantly surprised by the lack of gang violence, armed robbery and car theft and the abundance of beautiful parks, sculptures and the zoo. For us ...
... kiosk – so we read the menu over and over again, not understanding a lot of the American terms for things, and eventually we got to the front and ordered. It was awesome, and huge. Their small was enough to fill me up – and that is saying something! I saw kids with large ones – don’t know how they would finish them! Lisa got her Sundae in a baseball batting helmet, with a B on the front! It is so cute!
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Our first planned stop was to see the Giant Farmer and Son at the Sappington Farmers Market in General Grant Center. And our first disappointment was not to find it. Turns out it is in storage, but you can see it here.