Embassy Suites St. Louis - Airport
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... people in the pod, and your knees will be nearly touching. If you're 6 feet or taller you will not be able to sit up straight.
Not a pleasant place to be for those who are remotely claustrophobic. The arch is higher than I thought and narrower. You can see this structure from anywhere even from around town.But the view from the top is awesome, and the park is beautiful.
... Clark fame) and Adolphus Busch (of brewery fame). Our afternoon was through beautiful Forest Park and inside the St Louis Art Museum, where we viewed some of our favorites: Monet, O'Keefe, a Chihuly glass chandelier and much more. After meeting the boys, we had an incredible dinner of Chinese food, spent some time in the pool and then got caught up on sleep.
Back on the road in the morning, a lunch stop at ...
... crazy fashion called me like three times to tell me tips for the trip and that he loved me. I wish he would settle down, but I guess it’s kind of nice. The plane ride was quick. I sat next to a SLU cheerleader on the way there (who was not cute at all) who went to Ladue. For most of the trip I watched Avatar on my laptop, so it went by extremely fast.
Once I arrived at JFK, I was in a rush to get to the hotel because, at that ...
... a lot of roadworks going on so we couldn't just walk across the road like I had planned. Never mind, I'd done my research and knew there is a Downtown Trolley which, like you find in just about every large city, does the inner city loop and was only $2 for the day. So we walked a block back towards Convention Center and luckily didn't have to wait too long before the Trolley came along, a quick ...
... sat down. We didn’t stay long, perhaps because we
didn’t feel particularly welcomed. $6
for 2 draughts.
We made our
way onto Hampton Avenue, and went southward, through heavy traffic, blinding
sunshine, and heat rising in waves on the pavement. My Lion’s Choice T-shirt was heavy and
dripping the humidity. The humidex
temperature had risen beyond the 100 degree plateau, and I was feeling