The Hill (Saint Louis, MO)
By Eric Crane -- Your Full Service, Discount Fee Realtor®, Greater Metro Phoenix Arizona
(DPR Realty LLC)
Comments 5
Images from a Visit to Saint Louis, Missouri   We recently had an opportunity to visit Saint Louis, Missouri -- a city which brings together elements of both Midwestern and Southern hospitality and charm.   One of Many Interesting Houses we Came Across -- Saint Louis, Missouri   Saint Louis is Celebrating its 250th Anniversary in 2014 The city is blessed with some beautiful parks and attractions.  Many of which are free of charge -- such as the wonderful Saint Louis Zoo and the Saint Louis Art Museum (both of which are located in lovely Forest Park.   Forest Park -- Saint Louis, MO    There is also the famous, 630 foot Gateway Arch -- the largest arch in the world and the tallest man-made monument in the United States.    Gateway Arch -- Saint Louis, MO   We also enjoyed visiting a numb...
By Rob Weiman, CAI, GPPA, AARE, CES, St. Louis Auctions
(Mound City Auctions)
Comments 5
OK, I think almost everyone says it wrong, you hear Botch e' ball all the time.Bocce Ball, you don't see it that much these days, but when you do you should stop and play. They used to have a Bocce court in north county in Hazelwood, but it fizzled long ago. Now on the hill, Bocce is still played, and at Milo's it is a way of life. Milo's is a cool bar on Marconi and Wilson on the hill with 2 outside (but under cover) Bocce courts. They have great food and on Wednesday they have the best chicken spiedini you will ever find anywhere. If you get a chance stop in, and play some Bocce (during the day they don't have leagues, at night it's hit and miss) have some food, just don't try to move the outside tables (they are concrete and heavy) and don't call it Botch e.Rob WeimanAuctioneerHave G...
By Rob Weiman, CAI, GPPA, AARE, CES, St. Louis Auctions
(Mound City Auctions)
Comments 2
As an Auctioneer I have the unique experience of digging through others things for a living. You would be surprised at the things people have tucked away. The thought occurred to me the other day that someday someone else would be digging through the items I have at my home when my estate is sold. We all wind up as boxes at some point. We get reduced to things we leave behind and love we pour into others. Someone else will get all of our things, perhaps they will like them and keep them, perhaps not. My advise is to look closely at what you have now and perhaps spend more time on pouring love into others and less time getting more things for me or someone like me to sell. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to sell your stuff some day, but wouldn't be nice if the ones you pour all that love in...
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