First Western Inn Caseyville
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... to flooding and went to Cahokia IL
and the Cahokia Courthouse Historic Site.
This building is a replica built in 1940 but the Courthouse was
reconstructed on the original site and both Lewis and Clark would have spent
time in the Courthouse. I finished the day by going to a Cardinal / Padres game.
The Cardinals have the best record in baseball and the Padres are only
... in this funky restaraunt bar, and a pleasant singer pianist largely ignored the blues and sang pop hits from the last 20 years. It wasn't Nashville but the oysters and shrimps we had for starters were superb and my jambalaya was to die for. Quiet early one . Hope Bev sleeps better and the biggest drive of the trip, the Chicago leg isn't too much for her recovering back. We have liked St Louis very much, almost gentle recuperation from the rigours of Nashville honky ...
... about how terrible the team and players are. Ben was pulling for the team the whole time. It was a great reminder of how the people you surround yourself with (in everyday life, not just baseball games) has a profound impact on your enjoyment of life.
Quick Hitters: First time seeing both teams this trip ... Probably the fullest stadium (right there with San Fran) ... Great play by Adams led to an awkward slide by both the pitcher ...
... am, we huddled round grannys bed along with david aond family, a neighbour who'd come by for shelter and the dogs, watching the news for around 45 minutes before the all clear was sounded. The tornado had hit about three miles away, luckily with no injuries, the rain and the storm carried on however. Champ, the bigger of the families dogs had the same aversion to thunder as Susie so for the next few hours they huddled up in bed shaking, before ...
... a great little café in downtown Bentonville, then it was off to St. Louis. The 5+ hour ride across Missouri was easy but pretty boring. The upside: I got great gas mileage! I arrived in St. Louis around 3:30, which gave me plenty of time to explore the Pulitzer before it closed at 5.
Turns out, that was more than enough time. The Pulitzer is an interesting art museum – it doesn’t display its own collection, but instead hosts ...