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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... so peaceful with no big trucks whooshing past. Paul even managed a hit of a golf ball round the grassy area!
The hotel was another ...
... and no one batted an eyelid. I was a bit less adventurous with an 'Everything Bagal' which consisited of bacon, egg, sausage and cheese, but it was lovely. I even finished off some of Coree's soufle. She's really not taking advantage of this 'being pregnant so eat anything you want' thing.
Coree then dropped me off at the metro, and after perusing the streets of Central West End for a shop that sells batteries for my camera, I caught the metro ...
... that are part of that athletic conference, so like
Duke, Washington is more of an Ivy wannabe. I’ve gotten to like visiting
university campuses. They’re usually very pleasant environments full of smart
people in a country plagued by ignorance and anti-intellectualism. Universities
are an important part of culture and contributor to it, and the U.S. still has
some of the top ones in the world, including Washington University.
... student position here. She wants to travel next. After she left me I checked out the outbuildings and walked around getting pictures. I went into the museum in the barn. It's a wonderful museum where I could have spent hours. I read as much a I could jumping around. The main thing that stood out from this visit was the great romance between Ulysses Grant and Julia Dent. I left at 1:45 and drove toward the arch.
I drove back and forth along ...
... structures that I have witnessed, the Arch is visible from virtually any distant or elevated vantage point in the city. It would seem impossible to spend a day in St. Louis without at least once catching the reflection of the sun beaming back at you from the massive structure, or seeing the top of the catenary curve silhouetted against the horizon. Could placing some sort of massive towering symbol like this in any major city have a lasting effect on its inhabitants? ...