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