Super 8 Fairview Heights
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- Pets allowed
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... to the Constitution. The decision made history and ultimately led to the freedom of slaves. It was another exceptional place visited on our journey.
We checked out Busch stadium where the local baseball team the St Louis Cardinals play. We checked out the City Garden which had some nice modern art, some which was accessible to simple minds like ours, some which went over our heads.
It's a nice city we enjoyed St Louis, its just a shame we didn't have ...
... by a SLS member, in came Australia. Advance Australia Fair (their anthem) was played. Then the Star spangled banner played, and then the rotary flag was presented. I can't sing, and our anthem is notoriously hard to sing I think. But my Aussie mates think it was more loudly sung than their anthem was. After the session there was The Great Aussie BBQ in Cathy Freeman Park. We all got a sausage (like a bratwurst, but long and skinny like a hot dog) served on a ...
... us entrance to! We cheered our first day with a nice over-priced cocktail, but the view of the arch was splendid! The air on the balcony, although still early spring chilly, was refreshingly warmer than what Cleveland had been.
We attempted at exploring the city a bit, but after discovering the Cathedral Basilica was closed for the day we headed to dinner at Pappy's Smokehouse & ...
... weirdos. After a meal of oddly aggressive service and frozen pasta and vegetables, we decided the night was kind of snuffed out.
All in all, it can be said that Saint Louis has an incredible range of quality and character. The city is famous for frozen custard, astronomical crime rates, its dying legacy as a city of national importance, its envy-inducing public parks and monuments, as well as some of the kindest and some ...
We had a wonderful time in Lexington with the Hopkins. Laura had pizza doughs ready, and we each made our own wonders. We ended up with enough pizza for an army, but pizza travels well and made a tasty lunch on our drive to Saint Louis. A bonus of this Hopkins visit was getting to see Zoe. She and Sage hit it off when they shared their love of Minecraft. Fortunately, the gaming didn't start until after dinner, so Bryn got some play time with them as well. ...