St. Charles Missouri

As I mention here: The SITS Girls #BBCSTL we just took a mini vacay last week. On the way to the conference we made a stop or two. The conference was in St. Charles, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis, I assume. It was a nice place to visit. Someone suggested we stop at The Sugar Shack, the home of nostalgia candies. It was a quaint little shop with candy from yesteryear.

After leaving the candy store, it was past lunch time and we were feeling a bit faint (probably from the sugar rush after the candies we consumed) we decided to visit Lewis and Clark’s An American Restaurant & Public House. It was right on the river, just a block away, and I had a nice view from where I was sitting.

Lewis and Clark Restaurant
















The food was quite tasty, as is often the case when you are on an adventure and dining in an historic eatery.

Fish and Chips



If the  weather had been a bit warmer and a little less breezy, I would have enjoyed a stroll down the bricked lane and a stroll along the rushing, muddy river. Maybe next time.

St Louis Missouri

 St. Charles, Missouri is a quaint little town that has loads of charm and appeal. I really want to visit again when it’s a little warmer, and explore a whole lot more.





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