Drury Inn & Suites Fenton-St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... one of our most important dwarves die also Fili amd Kili. we buried Thorin with the Arkenstone. Our adventure ends and we get to return to home remembering this as an accomplishment. The first quest trait was (hero goes on quest with a clearly defined goal.) Bilbo goes on the journey with the dwarves to kill the dragon and get the treasure. The second was (quest is given by a higher power.) Gandalf was who ...
... flown them in the past 3 years or
so except one time, they have switched the seating all over the plane, I guess due to
aircraft changes. We took off about 20-30 min late but arrived on time in Atlanta. Atlanta
is a very busy airport at least compared to Boston; while Boston is usually dead at 9pm,
Atlanta was chock a block full of people at that hour. Our connection to St. Louis left
more or less on time and once again when we scanned our boarding passes to ...
We are backtracking to St. Louis today (about 1/2 hour) in order to visit the Budweiser Brewery and see the Clydesdale horses...... The brewery is HUGE.....finally got up close and personal with a Clydesdale....they are a magnificent specimen of the equine family. The stables they are housed in had stained glass windows and a ...
the bartender was struggling moving something on a 2-wheel dolly while holding
a cane in his other hand. I asked if he
needed help. He politely refused. He was a tall man, strong framed, mostly
balding save for a gray mullet. There was nothing on tap and as he went through
the selections, I knew there would be no craft beers or anything special. A Budweiser in a frosted mug would be my
refreshment. The bartender was a