Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Shiloh/O'Fallon
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The Gateway Arch also known as the gateway to the west is another American iconic landmark. I've been here several times on my layovers, and it's still one of my favorite places to visit.
I've often wondered why they chose that shape and its true purpose. Some conspiracy theorists say they built it in stainless steel structure so it can produce an ionic pulse, ...
... next to me that I would recognize from my plane (because she was gorgeous) was also confused about baggage. She found an airport person (who was more than happy to help her) and I tagged along with this info. Once I got my bags, I started the hour long journey to get to my hotel in which most of the time was spent waiting for the hotel shuttle to arrive to the pickup station. At this point, I’m extremely hungry because I was too frantic ...
... of Missouri. Clad in stainless steel and built in the form of a flattened catenary arch, it is the tallest man-made monument in the United States, Missouri's tallest accessible building, and the world's tallest arch. ...
... who seemed honest, decent.
I noticed that behind the bar there were tributes to firefighters and
policemen, and a hundred patches from different police departments from the STL
area and beyond. So I called the
question; “Why is this bar called area four?”
The bartender turned out to also be the owner. He said, “I was a St. Louis Policeman for 31
years. We had 3 police districts/areas
in St. Louis. So when I ...
... She on the left. He on the right. Since Harry and Bess planned every detail of the place we wondered if these were the same sides of the bed where they rested each night. Neat thought.
We found Clinton's Drug Store in town and ordered HUGE ice cream sundaes. This is the place where Harry worked back in 1898 learning the meaning of hard work and responsibility. Funny how that sort of thing carries ...