Extended Stay America - St Louis - Airport - Central
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... about to expire. I guess there is a legality issue of an air crew working for so many hours at a time. So, if we weren't off the ground soon enough we wouldn't be taking off at all.
Luckily, a little after 2 we got the okay to fly and took off towards Newark. I still can't believe that we were able to fly. Supposedly we were the first plane to enter into Belgian airspace and were one of the only planes to actually get to leave. The airport was still experiencing ...
Today was our five year wedding anniversary so we took a quick trip to St Louis! We took a ride up the arch to see the view of St Louis - the river on one side, Busch Stadium on the other. The game started out with a bang ~ two homeruns in the first inning back to back!!! WHO can say they saw THAT at a St Louis Cardinals game?? We saw Fredbird, A Clydesdale, a Bald Eagle that is trained to entertain the crowd, and we spent TONS of money on drinks ...
... for the night. An all-time favorite, we decided to go to the Broadway Oyster Bar for dinner, drinks and entertainment. The restaurant has mosaics made from oyster shells cemented to the walls and fun signs and antiques everywhere. The band that night was a funk band with acid jazz and soul influence. They were really great and included an alto sax, trumpet, and keys. First comes first…12 raw blue point oysters and 12 char broiled cheesy, saucy oysters. Broadway ...
... then walked back up the hill to the hotel and then used the fitness room
Thursday we went to the included hotel breakfast and it wasn’t that great for our
taste. They had eggs, grits, sausage, toast, cereal and toaster waffles. No muffins or
light pastry. I then took a walk along the pathway under the bluffs.!
Then we drove to Longwood to do that house tour. The tour was interesting and you see
the basement and first floor. The ...
... had at first appeared a provincial backwater on first glance, was taking a new shape. Invigorated at our morning's experience, we grabbed some crab chowder for lunch, and made our way to the car in order to tour the further-flung neighborhoods to the west. First, we took a small trip on Saint Louis' subway (Subway! In Saint Louis! Seriously!). It is impressive to see that Saint Louis will fight to make its own way in the world ...