Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Airport - N. Lindbergh Blvd.
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today I woke to Andy calling Huew, he had woken me and the corridor with his chundering. He was not feeling to great today with a banging head still from last night. I went to get breakfast, to have in bed, Mrs O fetching me a tray to carry it back on. Packing almost done, I had time for a chat with Pop and skype with mum & dad before we had to …
Had a lovely lie in surprisingly, all 3 of us woke around 8am. Andy and Aiden went to the lobby for our grab & go breakfast. They got tutted at for taking the last 3 muffins for our breakfast. They came back with coffee and harvest crunch also, but there was no juice or milk, pretty poor really. Aiden is at Andy's side whenever he can be; but …
... What do you think? Kind of cool if it's true.
There is a museum inside, and it is free. The Lewis & Clark expedition museum, and the movie that they show is great. They have a store with St. Louis souvenirs and a candy shop. I've been to the observation area, but the little "pods" that you ride in on your way to the top of the arch are very small. They pack up ...
... It was absolutely stunning!
We caught lunch with Jae's old friend, Adam, at The Majestic - a greasy spoon that serves greek food and breakfast all day. Three generations old...they've got it down pat!
On our way out of town we stopped at the Soulard Farmer's Market - a year round farmer's market in existence since 1779! We picked up some fruits and veggies after all that BBQ :)
... oldest garages on route which has been pleasantly restored. JC took a liking to this as it had a caravan adjacent, built in the year of her birth 1953. It had a plate on it naming it a Winnebago. (Was this the start of many?). Our next stop was Pontiac, a small town we both really enjoyed. The museums were free and well worth seeing. One museum had the Route 66 history, mock rooms from the 50's and on the top floor was memorabilia from the Second World War, donated by ...