You Can Really Stay in Yogi Berra’s Childhood Home in St. Louis
There will never be another like Yogi Berra. A true American original who's path took him to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. His humble beginnings began in St. Louis, Missouri though and you can really stay in his childhood home.
Yogi Berra lived such a rich life, it's hard to know where to start. Let's start at the beginning then at 5447 Elizabeth Avenue in St. Louis. It's the part of the city referred to by locals as "The Hill". Do you love Italian food? This is your neighborhood then.
See Inside Yogi Berra's Childhood Home in St. Louis, Missouri
The amazing part of Yogi's childhood home is the nightly cost as of this writing is only $80 according to Airbnb. Who wouldn't think that's worth it?
Yogi Berra entered the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972. He would later be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2015. The fact that you can stay in his childhood home in St. Louis where that amazing life began is incredible to me.