Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Convention Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
The Dred Scott case is a very controversial debate in Congress's history. Dred Scott was a slave traveling with his master from Missouri to Illinois. Since Illinois was a free state, Scott argued that he was "free". However, laws forbid blacks from suing against a white man. Under ...
... children on board.
Elenka had rotator cuff surgery a couple of weeks before this trip and requires an ice-pack for her shoulder every couple of hours. On one of my trips to pick up some ice I couldn't find the attendant, so I simply bent my head over and looked into the bucket to see how much ice was available. Suddenly, a booming voice came from behind, "Stand away from the ice, Sir!".
It was just like the cop shows on ...
... at times, but we must of had one, Nista Men sometimes forget….( But not the women thank
Newt was driving and a Dodge Charger (I scoff twice at the Charger... scoff, scoff) tried to make a move. (At least in our minds he tried) Newt quickly gave him a lesson in the concept of speed, velocity, and Step Back Jack ! We are in a Vette. Newt is the Middle Aged man from Big Rapids. Although he drives real fast, he won't ...
... most important city in the Midwest after Chicago and at time of its World Fair in 1904 the fourth most populous in America. Within its city limits, though, it rivals Detroit in terms of population loss since its peak around 1950, having lost more than 60 percent of its people since then.
Thus, large parts of the city look weirdly empty, blocks devoid of building where is seems like buildings should be on the streetscape grid, or at least once had ...