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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... no cross country road trip would be complete without seeing the "Gateway to the West"! On our way, we saw signs for the worlds largest golf tee and also the worlds largest wind chime...although we were tempted to stop and see these most intriguing attractions, we had a long drive ahead of us, so we stayed on the highway. Another interesting thing that happened is that we crossed over our first time zone...not sure exactly where, but it was somewhere in SE Illinois....wish ...
... it really stand out. The Saint Louis Art Museum has two for me. First is the world’s largest collection of paintings by German expressionist Max Beckmann, including a huge gallery devoted entirely to his works. Beckmann settled in the Saint Louis area after leaving Nazi Germany when his paintings were declared to be degenerate and removed from public collections.
The second ...
... laughter WILL ensue and mainly at the expense of my husband, his Dad...Bryan Vaughn. I mean c'mon, when your top three MOST played songs on your MP3 player are: Raise your glass by Pink, Party in the USA by Miley Cyrus and We Can't Stop by again, Miley Cyrus...**** is gonna get real! What. Dee. Hell?! Bwhahaha! THEN...the Pop Queen, I mean Bryan (my hub-bub) tries ...
... was talking about this "last homely home." Gandalf never actually said we were staying there but we had a pretty good idea. And we were right. We got to the home of the elves and asked about the weapons we stole from the trolls. They were very different from us and even made fun of how we looked at times. They ate weird foods and wore strange clothes, but were kind and gave us food and a place to sleep for a good amount of ...
... airplanes, wires, signs, gears, pipes, pretty much anything you can think of and it all came from the city of St Louis. It was an amazing place, one that is very hard to describe. Everything could be climbed up, climbed through, slid on, etc. It was a huge maze with ladders, stairs, slides, tunnels and holes everywhere and there were purposefully no maps. The intent is for kids to just explore. For parents who need to know where there ...