Extended Stay America - St. Louis - O' Fallon, IL
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... They took a professional photograph before being told we were to stand in front of our designated tiny door 4, which looked like a line of doors for the 7 dwarfs. I was somewhat amazed when people piled out of the smallest of spaces, a little round pod with 5 seats around it in a crescent. We ducked to go in and take our seats. The little inner glass door closed and it took us up, a bit like a Ferris wheel feel to it. With the glass door, you saw the inside workings and ...
Saint Louis used to be considered the gateway to the west, the place from which Lewis and Clark set out on their expedition to explore the west to the Pacific commissioned by President Jefferson after the Louisiana Purchase. Apparently this was something important enough to be commemorated in the 1960s with a big silver arch that looks like half a McDonalds sign and goes by the formal name Jefferson National Expansion Memorial.
Saint Louis was once ...
... capitol is on a hill, it is a huge stone slab of a building that looks like it would weather anything... tornado, hurricane, whatever. It wasn't the prettiest, but it was massive. Also, the homeless people seemed to all be friends and were having a great time hanging out together. And, I did have to lay on the horn at some old lady. Yes, I'm terrible for that, but she tricked me into letting her into my ...
... Louis. Karen got busy on the i-pad and found a hotel downtown. Not just a hotel, but the old Union Station that is now a Hilton. You would have to know something about the St. Louis Union Station for this to have any significance. This is one of the grandest stations in the country. So we booked a room for the night. Later in the evening we found out that tomorrow, May 10th, is National Train Day. There is a huge celebration here tomorrow. We are now booked for two ...
... quarry. The priest was creative and used things like baking molds and glass bottles to add decorations along with shells and beautiful rocks. It was very peaceful both on the drive to the shrine (about 8 miles off the highway) and on the grounds. The area is remarkably similar to New England with rolling hills and lots of deciduous trees.
We arrived in the St. Louis area around rush hour and were impressed ...