Hampton Inn St. Louis/Fairview Heights
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... 6pm. It was about this time that I decided we should both get out of our pyjamas and head out. We had dinner in an Irish pub and I taught Julie as much as I could about American football. She is a fast learner.
Friday and Saturday followed almost an identical pattern. We got up early and walked twenty minutes to the baseball park to line up for a deal called ‘First Pitch’ tickets. Basically, at 9am when the ticket booth opens, there ...
... but perfect cooking weather and also good for taking a drive to check out the locale: the pub with 40 cent wings makes a perfect lunch; we see the lake; Carlyle (don't stop at the IGA where they would have those dried cherries!); the old diner where Mark's dad headed every morning to sit on a single cup of coffee with fellow old-timers.
Back in time to pack a picnic and head off to St ...
... the Trolley it came a bit early so we had to have another drink and wait for the next one! We perfectly timed the next one and rode the Trolley the couple of blocks needed to get to the 360 bar which is at the top of the Hilton. This is another place I heard from on TripAdvisor when looking for somewhere with a great view of the Arch, we didn't stay long, just had a drink, some lavash bread with dips and took some photos, it's a lovely bar with a fab view but a bit "yuppified" for ...
... From there we walked a few blocks and bought tickets for the Cardinals and Pirates game later that evening before returning to the parking lot. Our van was still there and nothing was harmed. It even still had it's one lone hubcap.
Since St Louis has one of the best zoo’s in the country and it is free and since we missed it the day before we went back for the rest of the afternoon. It was a nice view. It was a bit strange seeing ...
Our day started with a trip on the Mississippi River via riverboat. We road around as the captain explained the hiatory of the river and showed us all the buildings and bridges in the area.
Afterwards we walked over to the Gateway Arch. We waited in line on the south side and were handed a number. The ...