Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Downtown
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... late 60’s at Westminster College in that town. In 1946 Churchill addressed the College, in that presentation he first used the term the "iron curtain". The college decided to honor the great British leader by reconstructing on its grounds a London landmark destroyed in World War II. The structure was that of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury a 12th century church that had been demolished by the great fire ...
... this scholarship I have realised two things- 1) The US criminal justice system is superior in two ways - trial dates fixed in line with trial advocates availability and effective and prompt disclosure; 2) Other than that our system, even whilst being annihilated by Gove and the MOJ, is far better. We do not elect our Judges or prosecutors, therefore there is no political motive behind cases; there is also far less corruption; we don't have capital punishment; we have a ...
Lafayette Park is the city's oldest park – developed in 1836 in the most fashionable part of the city. The park is surrounded by Victorian homes, most have been renovated and repainted in traditional colors, and restaurants, shops, inns. I started the day across the street from the park at Park Avenue Coffee, well-known for their 73 flavors of Gooey Butter Cake – a St. Louis ...
... connecting flight, so all was well. No first class seats (or treatment) on this leg of the journey, but that was okay. Such a quick flight. We landed in St. Louis, got our luggage, caught a cab and headed for home.
Rally was delighted to see us. All was well at home, thanks to our wonderful house sitters. As much as we enjoy traveling, it's always great to be home. While we'd be jet lagged for a few days, and have very irregular bed times, it ...
... have it become part of the US but that we Americans could accomplish whatever we set our minds too. The Arch was completed in 1965 and along with landing on the moon in 1969 represents the type of zeal and toughness of character that seems to represent the last great American Generation. I am disappointed by my own generation and the two generations we have fathered. We seemed to have not ...