Courtyard by Marriott Airport / Earth City
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All about chasing them Arches! Also saw my first white castle building... all those Harold and Kumar movies have not gone to waste.. yet. We went down to the Mississippi River but it was so dang windy people's clothes were flying off of them! So we went right over the arch, got into a rounded space ship which shot us over 630 feet in the air, to a small passage way at the very top. Here we leaned with the wind overlooking all of ...
... from the first Wright brothers flying bikes to the Space Shuttle. We spent over 2 hours and could have been here much longer, but still had all of the flat lands and beautiful big skies of Indiana and Illinois to drive through. It was a long, long day in the car and we finally crossed the Mighty Mississippi and made it to St Louis, Missouri by 11 PM.
In the morning we separated. Bob and Calder were meeting Adam ...
... lunch in a 200yr old brewery and ending up at the St Louis courthouse. It was here that the court case deciding the future of a slave named Dred Scott was held. Dred Scott sued the American government for his freedom from slavery for more than 10 years. The eventual decision against him and the election of Abraham Lincoln as the 16th President in 1860 were the catalyst for the American Civil War.
Returning home, we had a quiet night in and watched some TV...
We had to find a cave because there was a terrible storm, and we needed shelter. Two dwarves had found a cave nearby. We check the cave out and decide to get some rest. However, I couldn't fall asleep and kept tossing and turning. All of the sudden, I heard a crack and I heard Bilbo scream. Goblins were pouring out of the crack and ...
... stuffed African Water Buck looked on from behind the bar, the
bartender told the story that the building had at one time, been a lighting
store. The place had also been an
original ‘beer depot’ in the 1940s, which meant than Anheuser-Busch had used
this bar as a distribution point for its beers.
He concluded his story by saying, “A lotta history down here, but there
ain’t too much left.” ...