Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Westport Plaza
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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... SIM card and then we get picked up by Barry. I apologize to Barry and to Anne and Jeff right now. In about three hours time, various family, in-laws and friends keep showing up and it's like a big family reunion where you know you know these people but you can't remember names. So I apologize for not remembering names and who belongs to who. Needless to say like every other time I get welcomed into a home in Australia I feel like family too. We poke fun of each ...
... so he tried to answer it. Gollum couldn't guess it so Bilbo won. Gollum wouldn't let a meal slip away that easy so he started to run after Bilbo. Bilbo slipped the ring on and Gollum ran right through him. Bilbo ran after him hoping Gollum would lead him out of the cave. He did and Bilbo got out, to be around goblins. They couldn't see him but they could see his shadow. Bilbo ran under the trees and started to search for all of us. Once he found us he told us of his amazing ...
... were interested in seeing.
By the end of our visit Laneshia and I--and a lot of other worn out parents--watched the kids play in a ball pit where some of the other kids were aggressive throwing the balls at each other. The worker kept telling them: "No head shots or you'll have to get out!" but they weren't listening. They were still drilling each other with the balls until it was 5 o'clock and time to get out.
As we left the museum I got ...
... northwards keeping in the shade as much as possible. The street’s buildings mostly date from the early 19th century as St Charles was the first State Capitol of Missouri, itself the 24th State of the Union. The buildings are now home to many unique shops, coffee houses, restaurants, historic attractions, businesses and private residences and include informative state and local information centres. Retreating indoors periodically to escape ...
... claustrophobia-inducing confinement of the pod for the four-minute ride to the apex and the wonderful views east and west. After taking many photos and the three-minute ride back down, we took some time to visit the underground Museum and especially the Lewis and Clark exhibits showing their expedition up the Missouri River to find a route to the Pacific Ocean.
A meal and the return ride to the hotel and we were ready to retire for the night – it had been a long ...