Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Earth City
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The Zoo is a must as one of the better ones we have visited, get there early as carparks difficult to find but worth effort.
We enjoyed the history of the Cahokia Mounds. The Interpretive Centre gives an informative insight into the Mississippi Indian culture and the ipod commentary is a must when travelling throughout the 2200 acres.
... was a delay getting it from the hanger to the terminal. 2 hours delay. It was amusing people watching. It was odd to see a passenger with two miniature dogs with her. Some old boy was having a right grizzle at the staff, like they could do anything to hurry it up !! He was huffing about and talking too loudly on his phone complaining, as if we all wanted to hear him. Andy needed a BIG ****, so walked away thankfully, but then went around and ...
... 30), the kids were nearly unglued. We texted our dog sitter, Liz: “Three minutes away!” and she had Rally outside waiting for us. Not sure who was more excited, Rally or us, as there was a whole lot of tail wagging and kissing going on. Of all the things at least three of us missed, the one thing we missed the most was our Rally.
Liz did a fantastic job – we love her. The house looked ...
... and restaurants line the surrounding street, with a viewing platform and a gap in the stadium to support this. Walking around downtown St Louis doesn't really amount to much, everything seemed to be closed, it was almost as if we were in the wrong place, and there should've been a hidden underground city. No there just isn't! The city Garden was nice, some interesting sculptures and individual pieces, ...
... although I like it a lot). Unfortunately they don’t allow pictures inside, so you’ll have to check the website if you want to see what I’m talking about.
Outside there’s a “sculpture garden” which is really just a large courtyard with a huge Richard Serra piece. If you are skeptical of modern art the Serra piece might induce an eye roll, but I can say that walking around it is pretty cool (well, it was anything ...