Hampton Inn St. Louis - NW I-270
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... one threat of imprisonment during the entire trip.
We wound up in a bit of a sticky wicket at Vail, Colorado. Track repairs were required because of falling rocks which caused a better than four hour delay. This meant that Hertz, where we'd arranged to pick up a car in Chicago, would be closed when we arrived. There was no internet on the train and we three happen to be the only cell phone-less people in North America. But someone ...
... beers, assuming that it was going to be very expensive. Turned out to be Wetherspoon prices. Had amazing food watching the sunset over the St. Louis skyline. Talking to out waitress about where to go out, she said I wouldn't as the crime rate is so high. Supposedly it's as high as some war torn countries. Or as she said "it's lyke sum countree lyke afghan or Kuwait some where". Taking her ...
... us entrance to! We cheered our first day with a nice over-priced cocktail, but the view of the arch was splendid! The air on the balcony, although still early spring chilly, was refreshingly warmer than what Cleveland had been.
We attempted at exploring the city a bit, but after discovering the Cathedral Basilica was closed for the day we headed to dinner at Pappy's Smokehouse & ...
... us our own on the next trip up. We were on attempt #2 when a man from a full pod next to us motioned his body like he wanted to join our less full pod. I gave him the full court press and held my ground. Sorry, no, I had a freak out so we got a pod to ourselves. (In my head: Please move away from me and my pod) He did not say a word, but turned slowly back and stuffed his bod into his pod with 4 other full grown men.
Honestly this was ...
... exhibits, my favourite being 2. The first was the Civil War Exhibit, so much information and reading, I was totally engrossed, the things that white people used to do to blacks in the slavery days was abominable, certainly opened my eyes I can tell you. The second exhibit was women in fashion, now you know me I am not a fashion guru, but this exhibit took you through the really early days when women used to wear bussles and bum things and hoops, how on ...