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... for docktails one evening to exchange information and discuss our next stops.
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... I convinced her, without much effort, that they would probably think that was creepy.
When we got to the arch we went down into the Expansion Museum that is underground beneath the arch and bought tickets to the top. We spent the next 45 minutes looking through the museum and gift shop waiting for our ride to the top.
When the time finally came for us to go to the tram loading area we headed to the south side of the arch and ...