Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Forest Park
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... so familiar. He is clearly very, very intelligent and I hope to read more of his work. We then discussed the pitfalls of America- e.g. having to drive 20 minutes to get to a decent bakery to buy real bread that doesn't have high fructose corn syrup or growth hormones in it.....
We then went to Washington University School of Law (confusingly neither in Washington the state or the city). We met with Professor Norwood and she had the skill of turning a chat into a ...
... 8217;s to entertain us … Acadian history, folk artist Maud Lewis, “Anne of Green Gables,” etc. There could have been some really slow days if it weren’t for Allison. She is charming, knowledgeable, efficient … and beautiful.
9. Tauck has just introduced “Whisperers” in Canada and we love them. If you are not familiar with them, they are individual communications devices with radio ...
... part Ferris wheel, part elevator, as the tour says. Since I can't upload pictures to this dam thing, I highly recommend you just go NOW and Google "gateway arch elevator" and just look at the images. SPACE PODS.
So I took some pictures at the top, marvelled at the curvy floor, and the shadow on the Mississippi River (and the state of Illinois on the other side), and then I'd had enough of the stuffy air and tiny windows and just wanted to do the space pod again. I ended up with ...
... early we were able to street park and Sundays there is no metered parking - double bonus! The St. Louis Science Center is amazing! Phoebe about lost her mind when we walked in and saw a huge T-Rex display. There is so much to do there! We started with fossils and dinosaurs, went to play with kinetic and potential energy, studied nano micro objects, played mindball and mind games, learned about genetics, were crime investigators, studied animal bone structures, learned about ...
Today was our first day as "tourists" in St. Louis, and if you're a visitor of St. Louis you can image where we went first: The famous Gateway Arch. We had an 11:20a appointment for the "Journey to the Top" of the Arch which is located in the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. But upon arriving I got a bit flustered with the slow moving line to get into the Arch due to the security measures that were as tough as airport security. You had to remove almost everything to ...