Fairfield Inn St. Louis Fairview Heights
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... The Gateway Arch is the vision of renowned architect Eero Saarinen. The Gateway Arch commemorates Thomas Jefferson's vision and St. Louis' role in the westward expansion of the United States. Jefferson signed the Louisiana Purchase which helped make the USA whole. Prior to the Louisiana purchase from New Orleans upwards toward/into Canada was French territory. After the purchase from the French the USA was able to expand Westward.
It's a really impressive piece ...
... app looking for a couple of booths we HAD to visit right away and then the rest of the time was hugs/kisses/handshakes (HKH) For Sydney's convention they call the house of friendship the Billabong. Billabong isn't just a clothing company. It's known as a watering hole and a gathering place which is perfect named for this event. The opening session is across the way from the Billabong. One must cross into Cathy Freeman Park to get to Allphones where ...
... Museum, followed by incredible BBQ, complete with bacon flavoured old fashioned. We went to the very cool Super8 film night with them, and even ventured out for the most amazing gelatto
The food was amazing but the company even better and we were really appreciated the chance to relax with friends, gossip and catch up on stories since uni. Its amazing being on the road and meeting so many new people but so nice to see a familiar face.
... by megaprojects everywhere; the Arch, the Subway, and various other sites throughout the city. Re-emerging on 8th Street, we walked back to the hotel, retrieved the car from the parking garage, and ventured west...
We made a trip to the enormous Forest Park, which houses a zoo, an art museum, a boat house, and massive visitors' pavilion. The park was mostly recreational, and not built for passive visits, so we stopped ...
... back with Dixie(our dog) and she didn't want to get caught up in the snow storm. Then I said goodbye to Grandma then dixie. My mom, dad, and sister Margaret got to see my off.
I was originally supposed to fly from St. Louis to Dallas but there was a "big" storm storm in Dallas so then they changed my flight...right as we drove up to drop me off. So we were able to eat some lunch together. ...