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... lunch, my mom and I went down to explore the new Ballpark Village and Cardinals Nation addition to Busch Stadium. It was AMAZING and we quickly lost track of time and had to rush home to get my bags and go to the airport. Max had quickly taken to the guest room and the sheepskin cat bed we put on top of the guest bed (it's the same thing he'll sleep on on his way to New Zealand, so we're glad he likes it) but he came out to say ...
... hundreds of artifacts and then many out buildings that are representative of the old
structures found on a plantation or just in the 1800s in general. They are old buildings
that were moved from elsewhere. For example they have a mercantile, jail, slave
cabins, overseers house, Acadian house, Dog Trot House, Sugar Cane house. We
really enjoyed the museum and were glad we went.
Next we drove to New Orleans and stopped for lunch at Burger King on the way.
... br> And yet simply from the fact that other men as misguided and a spiteful creatures as yourself have made you soldier, czar,landowner, capitalist, priest, or general, you undertake to commit acts of violence obviously opposed to your reason and your heart,to base your existence on the misfortunes of others, and above all, instead of filling the one duty of your life, recognizing and professing the truth, you feign not to recognize it and ...
... that woke us up...and we continued on. We found a delightful rest stop for nap #3 then stopped for some lunch just outside Kansas City.
After some back and forth, we decided to power through on to St. Louis. A little DQ and nap #4, we came up on St. Louis to torrential downpours in our last 10 miles after driving for 48 hours.
Such a long day, but definitely worth it. Tomorrow is GRACELAND!!!
PS. Pictures to follow.
We made it to St. Louis around 11:30pm tonight. We're here. We're safe. We're all ready to go to bed.
We don't do things slow on a Hawkins Vacation. Tomorrow we're at it again - visiting the Gateway Arch to get a good view of St. Louis from 600 feet up.