Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis-Edwardsville
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Our next stop after Chicago was going to be St. Louis. In all honesty, we had planned at arriving in St. Louis and eating a good BBQ dinner and then party before leaving early the next morning. We didn't have a hotel for the night so if we wanted to sleep then it was gonna be in our car. On our way to St. Louis we hit up our friends Katie and Zach Levy who we went to Israel with on birthright earlier this year. Unfortunately neither of them were home but ...
Yesterday we picked up the bikes from Eagle Rider, this took an hour or so to get the paperwork done. I have to say (Roger here) I was quite apprehensive having never ridden something this bloody heavy, anyway all good now just loving the highways and riding something that's made precisely for them. People we've met & spoken to have been so friendly & helpful with advise on what to see and where to go. One theme which I think ...
... meet and
greet. It was well lit, cold, and the
jukebox was a little calmer. Here, the
server came to our table with a menu. A
menu? What’s a menu? She served us cold
beers as 7 TVs played different sporting events. Mike called Leslie and she soon joined us and
helped us load the bikes and put an end to our adventure.
did I learn? A few things. First…dive bars are real Americana. Hot dogs, apple ...
... to the windows at the top of the structure took a couple of minutes but once up top it was a cool view!
The windows inside the arch are only 8-9 inches wide but the view was expansive. We spent about 20 minutes taking in the view and getting pictures of downtown St. Louis to the west and the Mississippi River to the east.
After safely getting back down to ground level, we headed out the Arch visitor's area and headed to the river for a Riverboat Cruise. ...
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