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... ATC) headquarters in Brussels. Turns out there was a power glitch that affected everything, including the back-up generators. So, that meant that the airport was being shut down, the air space over Belgium was closed, and no flights could come in or out. We were told to wait for further instruction. We waited for about an hour before being left off the plane. Of course panic was ensuing and the airport was a madhouse. I wasn't too worried, however. My reasoning was that I knew that ...
... with two sides. Oh yeah, Pappy's walls are lined with signed menus from various celebrities including many sports figures from the St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis Blues, Arizona Cardinals and other celebrities like Jimmy Kimmel. See the collage photo. So,check into the hotel. Then, we needed to walk... mall walking. Boy, that felt good getting some steps in! At the mall, they are really serious about their Cardinals by the stores we saw! ...
... entrance ramp and on top of bridges--every bridge! We haven't seen this much police presence since we saw President Bush's motorcade back home. My son did a little googling as we traveled down the road: Turns out Vice President Biden was to be in town within 30 minutes or so of us getting to the Arch.. Good thing we beat him..didn't want to spend the morning in the "stuck traffic/closed freeway line ...
... my parents
drove around town and then picked me up after my 1pm tour (30 min tour) and we
drove to the visitors center and then drove around town looking at the various houses.
We stopped at Melrose and my father and I did the house tour.
Then we drove to our hotel the Natchez Grand and checked in; we got rooms
230 and 236 with views of the river.
We went to dinner at the Magnolia Grill on the Natchez Under the Hill section of
town. I had a ...
... contest was held to design the Jefferson National Expansion museum monument, Saarinen's proposal won. The space-age technology and materials used by Saarinen allowed the arch to become the tallest structure in Saint Louis, and gave the impression of passing into the western wilderness of the early 19th century by way of some bizarre, futuristic structure. Altogether, the place is incredible to look at--with a huge park and ...
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