“Humor in the news”
Because Ashton Kutcher was born in Iowa.
1. Des Moines
There's A LOT more to Iowa than corn and farm land. Des Moines in particular has some seriously cool stuff. They have the annual Des Moines Art Festival which features live performances, great food and the Interrobang Film Festival. But the BEST part about Des Moines? The Iowa State Fair. THEY HAVE A SKI LIFT…and thousands of other things to do. 10 days just might not be enough time to see it all. Add it to your list. It won't disappoint.
2. St. Louis
There's hundreds of reasons why you should visit St. Louis but I'm going to tell you about one… THE CLYDESDALE HORSES. Remember them? They probably made you cry during their infamous Budweiser commercials during last year's Super Bowl. They make a home at Grant's Farm in St. Louis where you can also take a tram to see antelope, deer, bison and get some stellar beer. Oh did I mention it's free? Yep. Admission and beer are free. See you there.
There's one important thing you need to cover before anything else and that's Cafe Patachou. Food unlike any other. Absolutely supreme omelettes and sandwiches. Not to mention salads and their HOT CHOCOLATE for the love of God. But it's also important to mention the fantastic areas that Indy has to offer. There's the Mass Ave Arts District, the Cultural Fountain Square, and of course downtown where Super Bowl XLVI was held. It's the crossroads of America, baby!
Two words: FOURTH STREET. If you manage to see nothing else that Louisville has to offer, Fourth Street is worth your time. An entire area near all the fabulous restaurants, bars, stores, and museums. One unique museum you need to see? The Louisville Slugger Museum. Because who doesn't want to witness baseball bats being made?
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