Four Points by Sheraton Fairview Heights
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All about chasing them Arches! Also saw my first white castle building... all those Harold and Kumar movies have not gone to waste.. yet. We went down to the Mississippi River but it was so dang windy people's clothes were flying off of them! So we went right over the arch, got into a rounded space ship which shot us over 630 feet in the air, to a small passage way at the very top. Here we leaned with the wind overlooking all of ...
... You win Debbie. Your olympic stories are better than mine! Debbie also arrived in Sydney at 9am via Vancouver and was at the bridge climbing at 10:25. You go Debbie! We Rotarians posed together for the numerous stops along the way to take photos. Our own cameras weren't allowed so we had to purchase them at the end. You get a photo of your group with the climb, you keep the hat you wore, but I have a cd with us 4 Rotarians at the top of the bridge with ...
... We were seated and given menus and I was a little surprised at the general feel of this place, I was expecting a more down market chain restaurant but this place is up there. The menu is ridiculously comprehensive, it takes 10 minutes just to read through it and then of course trying to decide is almost impossible. Yes I did just intend to have a Hot Chocolate but with this menu and the fact that it was actually lunchtime we just had to order something. Rodd had pizza which ...
... 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 ...
... crazy high up pedal for the handbrake. It's got a USB port so we can play our iPods, and a reversing camera screen so we hopefully don't back into anything! After paying our additional $600 one way hire fee, we set off! Gill was driving and did a top job!!!!!! It was pouring down with rain, cold (45f) and rush hour Chicago morning traffic. As we had already walked the first few blocks of Route 66, and due to both our nerves we decided to follow advice and just get out of ...