Embassy Suites St. Louis - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... looking at my phone when it happened! When we got almost to St. Louis, we got off the highway to go to a place called Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park. I read this was the best spot to get a picture of the Arch and the St. Louis skyline. When we got there we had the place to ourselves so we got some great photos! We then got back on the road since we still had about 2 1/2 hrs ahead of us before our campsite for the night in the Mark Twain state park near Hannibal, ...
... most important city in the Midwest after Chicago and at time of its World Fair in 1904 the fourth most populous in America. Within its city limits, though, it rivals Detroit in terms of population loss since its peak around 1950, having lost more than 60 percent of its people since then.
Thus, large parts of the city look weirdly empty, blocks devoid of building where is seems like buildings should be on the streetscape grid, or at least once had ...
... their girls. Afterwards I shared my photos of Randy through the years that I have on my computer which she really enjoyed seeing. She was also able to give the background on many of the photos that I have of him from Alaska.. she was on most of the trips with him where the photos were taken (in fact, she took most of them). I'm going to have to send these up to her so that I can document it ...
... this mission. The third trait was (hero is tested in skill and courage but also with spirit and heart.) Bilbo was tested when he had to fight off spiders, escape goblin tunnels, keep going when he wanted to go to his hobbit hole, stayed positive, and remembering how to get into the secret passage on the mountain. The fourth trait was (hero gets help from others.) His helpers were Gandalf, the eagles, Beorn, and ...
... around in that went all over the place. We now knew why they sold knee pads at the entrance.
From there we went to the outdoor part that again had all kinds of structures to crawl on and through and if we thought the dome was scary on the rooftop, this time we crawled through a tiny cage tunnel bridge that was about 7 stories in the air. The structure shaked as you climbed through it, again with nothing but a few skinny bars ...