Drury Inn & Suites Fenton-St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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With a brief stop over in Atlanta, we flew into St Louis this evening.
Pleasantly surprised by St Louis. It is a very pretty city, with relatively quiet, spotless roads and parks, it is in stark contrast to most of the places we have visited.
Although celebrating a 250 year anniversary this year, it is very modern and would appear well funded. The people have a friendly disposition and friendly smiles. Much like New Orleans, but without the clutter..
... do random checks but we never did see one! Ok so I'm a bit hungry and I have a Restaurant.com certificate for the Mahogany Grille at the Omni so we jumped off the train at 8th and Pine and walked a quick couple of blocks. It was just before 2 as we entered and I knew they shut at 2 but the waitress showed us to a table so I guess we're not too late. Rodd keeps saying he's not hungry and will ...
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 ...
... in the park such as lizards and birds. The park contained a golf course, a lake, an outdoor amphitheater, zoo and planetarium among other things. I would enjoy jogging in that park and I'm sure the St. Louis residents are proud of it. It was nice.
By noon the kids were ready so I swung back to the hotel, loading them up and we were off to the Magic House in the outskirts of St. Louis. When we arrived the place was overrunning with kids. I was planning ...
... University when I was considering
where to apply to college but was not very enthused about its Midwest
geography. I had my heart set on going to a good university in the South.
I took a long wander around Washington University’s
beautiful campus. It’s one of those elite private universities that looks like
it’s “Ivy League”, although that term truly only applies to the eight