Americas Best Value Inn Bridgeton - St. Louis / North
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... 27 for one beer, one Diet Coke, and one very tiny no-big-deal hot dog (the hot dog alone was $9). We had a great time! The game was good and we had good seats and good neighbors during the game. We got back to our sleazebag hotel and vowed/promised one another we would never stay in a cheap motel again.... LESSON LEARNED! Overall, despite my not enjoying driving in downtown St Louis because of construction everywhere, we still had a good day!
... is known for their authentic New Orleans style seafood in the Midwest. I suppose being on the Mississippi would allow for fresh seafood via the Gulf and such. We had everything from crawfish, crab, pasta and lobster po' boys. We hung out for a few beers and everyone danced the night away. Later that night we all sat around Jesse’s living room enjoying some more good music. Jesse had two guitars and Rob brought his Casio keyboard (which was from a local flea market ...
... floor is the basement—the first floor and
others were never completed and as part of the agreement between the donor and the
steward of the property, the house can never be finished. The house is octagonal and is
a very different architecture compared to others.
Then we drove down Rte 61 to Baton Rouge. After a quick stop at McDonalds for
lunch we drove to the Old State Capital and viewed the museum, then drove to the
current State ...
... by megaprojects everywhere; the Arch, the Subway, and various other sites throughout the city. Re-emerging on 8th Street, we walked back to the hotel, retrieved the car from the parking garage, and ventured west...
We made a trip to the enormous Forest Park, which houses a zoo, an art museum, a boat house, and massive visitors' pavilion. The park was mostly recreational, and not built for passive visits, so we stopped ...
... partly due to its ageing condition. The iron work was stunning (and we would see many more smaller bridges built this way later in the trip). The Mississippi is an enormous river, even this far inland. From the centre of the bridge, we could see the Gateway Arch in St Louis in the distance; our next port of call. The river is also the state line between Illinois and Missouri. St Louis Arriving in St Louis caused us a bit of a problem as ...