Quality Inn O'Fallon
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hour about St Louis.
Afterwards we had lunch then visited the old courthouse. We didn't realise the significance of the old courthouse but it was instrumental in the civil rights movement. Dredd Scott and his wife were both slaves and they contested their freedom in the courthouse as they were freed slaves enslaved. This was nothing new and there had been hundreds of other slaves contesting their freedom in the old courthouse. What was different about the ...
... with the exhaust... anyway, the car is running fine and it hasn't been long since it was all checked out so I'm not worried.
We stopped for the night at O'Fallon, Illinois just outside of St. Louis at a Candlewood Suites. It was a long drive, but we would rather drive a long way than just sit in a motel room. In the three weeks we'll be gone, this is one of two nights we'll be at a motel.
... flag flying in the wind. Debbie was supposed to climb with a group of her friends from California but they got earlier tickets and left without her. Larry, Travis and myself are now Debbie's better Rotarian friends. As we climbed, Debbie caught sight of her friends going down the other side. She waved and screamed and our guide was able to communicate a message to their group for Debbie. She was able to sleep during most of her flight and forgot to plug in her ...
... just had to show them our passport, which of course I had in my bag.. score! On the way back through the mall we saw a Cardinals store and Rodd remembered that he'd meant to go into the shop at the Stadium after the tour yesterday so we had to go check it out. I bought a shot glass cos I'd found magnets at the Arch but they hadn't had any shot glasses. Rodd spotted a Cards jacket, I could tell by the look on his face as soon as he saw it that he loved it so I looked at the price ...
... is only open on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Since they are over 5 hours apart I had to make a choice: I chose to view the outside of the Crystal Bridges and inside of the Pulitzer. I can’t complain about the scheduling, because both museums are graciously free [I think those of us from the DC area forget that not all museums are free and open year-round]).
Where was I? Oh right, the museum. The Crystal Bridges museum was designed by Moshe ...