Courtyard by Marriott Airport / Earth City
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... has old dinners and attractions along route.
The Gateway Arch is an impressive monument alongside the Mississippi River and stands tall against the St Louis skyline.
City buildings are all brick and and all new buildings are built in same style to match the historic buildings. Extremely difficult to tell difference between the old and new but give ...
... I was hoping there wouldn't be a storm to buffet us about on the plane. Where we were being dropped off, there were curbside check ins - which looked bizarre, so we waited in a queue, to be told at the desk it was a tip service, so had to pay for it. Surely a sign may prevent unnecessary waiting. Anyways we got checked in, inside the airport but had to pay for our check in baggage, 25 bucks each (we weren't aware about that, but hey nothing we could ...
... of nowhere. Mark located where we were to see how close we were to a town via technology. At the same time, Cheryl got out of the car to ask a local where the nearest gas station was located. She should have phrased the question, “Where do you buy your gas?” as although he was helpful, his “go past the widow’s house” directions were a little confusing. Fortunately, we found a ...
Not expecting much from St Louis, we were pleasantly surprised, although if it weren't for Laura and Nick, we would not have seen half of it. First and foremost, 'The Gateway Arch', wow! to have been built in 1963 and opened 1968, this 192m structure well ahead of it's time, features a lift, and doesn't look dated to this day. The fact that the sun was smiling down and hiding the brown murk of the ...
... and other programs to encourage appreciation of the arts. The building itself was also a surprise for me; I was convinced it was in a park, but is located in a very urban setting. It’s also much smaller than I imagined.
Ando’s building could be characterized as "difficult" architecture. It’s all cast concrete, with no windows looking out on the street. It appears very brutal – almost like an art fortress. It couldn't be ...