Saturday, August 4, 2012

A Little Time To Relax

 

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

That is what hubby and I took….

A little time off  to time to relax.

We live approx. 2 hrs away from St. Louis, MO. and since Brett has a couple of vacation days we decided to take a little get away.

We had planned on going to The Longest Yard Sale this weekend but we currently have too many ores in the fire, so we decided against it.

It’s really okay though, to be honest, I haven't been in the mood to shop.

GASP! WHAT???

I know, but seriously, I’m not.

Well, at least for house type stuff or stuff for resale.

House type stuff, well, that is up in the air right now, as all of you know.

It just seems silly to fill this place up with anything else.

As for resale stuff, I really haven't had the time lately and I admit it, I also haven't been in the mood.

Even though on my trip to St. Louie I did hit GW and one antique store.

At the antique store I found a few more feed sack bags and these bowls.

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They were selling these nesting bowls as a pair for an awesome price, so of course, I couldn't leave them behind. ;)

*I apologize for the poor quality of photos in this post.  They all were taken with my phone.

(Lazy of me, I know. LOL!)

 

I rearranged some stuff and now they are all displayed on my cabinet in the dining room.

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At GW I picked up a few things for resale.

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I absolutely love this mug and child’s cup.

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A Primitive Place ~Tammy

While in St. Louis I had to eat at one of my favorite restaurants, The Old Spaghetti Factory.

Now if you have never ate at the one in St. Louis, You must!

It is located on the river front and I must say it is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen.

Here are some photos of inside.

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I love this staircase.

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In the center of the eating area there is a trolley car that also has tables for eating inside it.

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And from the outside, there is a wonderful view of the Arch.

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

I will end this post with some random photos I took from inside the car. :)

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Above:  Hummm, Will Jeff Fisher make a difference??

Here’s hoping!

Below is Busch Stadium.

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Go Cards!

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Below: St. Louis Science Center…

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Not sure what the next building is exactly, but it is beautiful!

And how wonderful it is getting a face lift.

So tell me anyone local, is this some type of state government building??

Sure looks like one.

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Heading back over the bridge to IL.

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Thanks so much for stopping by to visit with me.

Have a fabulous weekend everyone.

Talk Soon,

A Primitive Place ~Tammy

12 comments:

Robyn ♥ said...

Hi Tam! I just passed through St. Louie on my way back from Oklahoma. The arch was beautiful! We will have to have another trip to the Spag. Factory, I LOVE PASTA!! And I'm sure my son would love to eat in that trolley! TFS!

Cindi said...

Hi Tammy, I just had a post about my nephew vacation and one of the things we did was take them to St.Louis. We went to the Arch, so beautiful and also to a baseball game, well my sister took them but I stayed home from the game cause it was too hot. That day was 104 at the Arch. The building you have pictured is the old courthouse, it is so pretty. Have a great weekend!
Be blessed,
Cindi

Primitive Stars said...

Hello Tammy, what a wonderful trip, thanks for sharing, I don`t think I will get to St. Louis. Love your bowls, very nice. Also that pretty plate, loves it so. Glad you got away on this little holiday, we all need a little getaway. Blessings Francine.

Holly said...

Love your finds and that restaurant looks like the neatest place!

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

What fun!!! I LOVE the spaghetti joint. Look at all the beautiful wood and exposed brick! ♥

The Farmer's Daughter said...

So glad to hear you took some time to relax! Looks like it was loads of fun!

Chris said...

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Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Always nice to take a break and rejuvenate. Love the yellow ware bowls you found.
Thanks for showing us some highlights of St. Louis.
Nice hearing from you again!
Prim Blessings
Robin

Allison said...

Looks like you had a fun time!! When I was a kid The Old Spaghetti Factory was a favorite place to eat for birthdays. They use to have one in KC but it closed a few years ago.

Prims By The Water said...

Looks like you had an awesome trip! My neice currently goes to school in St Louis and my mom and sis went to visit her awhile back. They also enjoyed the town. Take care, Janice

Beckyjean said...

Hi Tammy~

Looks & sounds like a fun time. Glad you took a few days to relax & have fun.

Enjoy your day~Becky

Blessed Serendipity said...

I have never visited St. Louis but it looks like you had a wonderful time. Love the inside of the Spaghetti Factory. It looks like you found some treasures too. Hope you have a wonderful week.

xo,
Danielle