Rodeway Inn & Suites
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... the history of Emma, MO and found out it was discovered by Germans back in the 1800s. There were two elevators, two general stores, the Bank of Emma, and a large dairy cooperation was there (http://emmamissouri.com/History.php). Pretty fascinating and was a big highlight of my drive, especially because the woman who owned the general store was the first human I had encountered in hours and I was the first Emma she had ever met, even through 40 something years ...
Had an extra hour in bed today (whoopee!!) as it was a day of "rest". We headed off into St Louis after breakfast at 9:41am. As I turned on the radio in the car the song that was playing was Hot, Hot, Hot by Arrow. How appropriate this was. It was already 64oF and the temperature was due to rise to the late 90s if not into the 100s.
The journey into St Louis was quite good, taking just over half an hour. We parked in the ...
... back on the Metrolink to Convention Center short walk and we can collapse on the bed for awhile. We also took the time to go down to the laundry and get some washing down because 11 days on the cruise means we have no clean clothes... must say here that I was quite impressed that it cost only $3 a load, that's $1 for the washing powder, $1 for the wash and $1 for the dry, bargain, we'll do 2 ...
... Once in St Louis we went to the Anhauser-Busch brewery to see how Budweiser beer is made. The hour long, free tour was very informative and ended with 2 glasses of whatever beer we wanted. A good start to the rest of our evening.
We took the metro to Busch Stadium to see the San Diego Padres play the Cardinals. We were lucky enough to get an Ozzie Smith bobble head doll (free ...
... play with and on and all of it was made from recycled materials. One write-up on it I read called it a mad scientist's secret hideout - a very good description.
There were so many nook-and-cranny places for the kids to get lost in as well as multi-storied slides leading from one floor level to the next. Looking up the 11 storied building we could see a yellow school bus hanging off the roof which the kids then went in when we got up there. And among ...