Camelot Magnuson Hotel
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... removed from the park during
construction. We continued a long walk to Busch Stadium and
then up Market Street past the Federal and County courthouses and many old
building. There is a sculpture garden
in City Garden which was a cool place with lots of kids, water falls, and great pieces of art. Fought my way out of St. Louis after the GPS
insisted on taking me to closed ...
... American Senate in Washington and very nice it is too. We made our way home through a mammoth subway linking Washington Avenue to the Lumieres Casino by the river. This massive building actually floats on water, though you can't tell, be cause the laws of Missouri only permit gambling on water. Lastly we saw a bridge over the river that was the first cantilevered steel bridge in the world. Everyone viewed it as unsafe from sheer ignorance upon its first opening. ...
... explain the bag situation and the fact that although the room is booked in my name, my husband has his own name and the bag he is expecting to have dropped off between 8am - 12.00 is indeed his.
By breakfast time the bag hasn't arrived and we decide to do some sightseeing, leaving a reminder the the bag is yet to be delivered, both ladies on the desk are aware of this and will make sure it is directed to ...
... swearing at him, he was horrified at the thought of going into Walmart!! He was incensed that I was given that advice especially as the Galleria is just a block or two from the train station at Richmond Heights! So we left there and headed back to the train station, along the way we passed a large water feature and noticed it was frozen solid.... brrr, how do people live in climate like this?
Ok so we had to wait for about 10 minutes for the train and in that time decided ...
... the years which was amazing.
Hitting the road again we traveled for another few hours before going to Springfield to see the house of Abraham Lincoln which was good to see ( we couldn't get inside as the last tickets had gone).
Last bit of the journey was the last 100 miles to St Louis. From about 15miles out you can see the arch and the city sky line which is very impressive.
Arrived at out hotel changed and headed out for a meal at an Irish bar up the road.