We are home from our little trip to St. Louis. It was a lot of fun and I have many pictures to post, but for now, let me just share two helpful tidbits of information about choosing restaurants in unfamiliar territory.
1. Boys of the 12-year-old persuasion are convinced that “British Food” is a common fast food variety, and it is served at a place called “White Castle”.
2. When attempting to decide whether you are dressed appropriately for a restaurant, it is a good idea to look for statues in front of the building. The fancier the establishment, the fewer clothes on the statues. Nekkie statues mean no shorts and t-shirts.