Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... people in the pod, and your knees will be nearly touching. If you're 6 feet or taller you will not be able to sit up straight.
Not a pleasant place to be for those who are remotely claustrophobic. The arch is higher than I thought and narrower. You can see this structure from anywhere even from around town.But the view from the top is awesome, and the park is beautiful.
... s people with their personal stories. The room was full of uniforms with pictures of who had worn them. Pontiac town was full of small cars positioned on the corner of each street which was quite a novelty. I enjoyed the museum with the Pontiac cars, I have never seen vehicles in such pristine condition. A town that was a must see. Another place we stopped at was Atlanta where we found ourselves in a Memorabilia shop chatting with the owner called Ruth, who made us ...
... the atomic bombing of Japan that ended WWII. There was an interesting documentary on his life and great displays. Was well worth a visit.
Headed East then along I70, stopping at a little old American town much like Arrowtown in New Zealand before arriving in St Louis early afternoon. We drove downtown to ...