Drury Plaza Hotel St. Louis - Chesterfield
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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 ...
We finally make it down to the forest and find him but three trolls throw all of the dwarves into sacks. Gandalf returns and tricks the trolls into staying out past down and they turn to stone becuase trolls must be underground during the day. Bilbo and Gandalf finally free us. Bilbo explains that what happend was he found the dwarves around a fire and roasting mutton and complaining of no men to eat. Bilbo says he was trying to do his job ...
... heading back into St Louis for dinner by the Mississippi river :-) Dinner in Old town st louis was very nice. A 4 block square of bars and restaurants. Hot so sat out. Only had light snacks as lunch was big! Then wandered around and had drinks in a bar watching baseball. Nice end to this part of the trip. Tomorrow we move on to another Springfield with a few stops along the ...
... out to town. As its Saturday I expected lots of traffic but to my delight it was very quiet. I found a car park right near the gateway arch, which is a very famous landmark, for those who have seen the Billy Connelly show he showed it very well on there. Anyway I decided I would give it a go – even tho to get to the top you have to go in these tiny pod things which hold 5 people, very claustrophobic, but held my breath and got in, the up side ...
... we took a scenic route called State Highway T, it was indeed very beautiful but what we did not expect was 11 miles of the steepest climb we have found so far. Ups and Downs with some of the climbs at the grade of anywhere between 13-18%. Needless to say we suffered and if I hadn't changed to my zip wheels with the big cog in the back, I would not have made the last ...