Hilton Garden Inn St. Louis Shiloh/O'Fallon
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I'm kidding really but my grandma Schulte was the reason I started this blog in the first place. It's now been three days and she's probably wondering "Now why don't he write?" Truth is much like my last trip down under there hasn't been a lot of extra time. So now that I'm wide awake at 4 am and can't go back to sleep I'll type. Forgive any grammatical errors and typos. And granny if you're reading this...I really do need to do this so I can go back and ...
... a lot of roadworks going on so we couldn't just walk across the road like I had planned. Never mind, I'd done my research and knew there is a Downtown Trolley which, like you find in just about every large city, does the inner city loop and was only $2 for the day. So we walked a block back towards Convention Center and luckily didn't have to wait too long before the Trolley came along, a quick ...
... which was only about a 10 minute drive. We crossed the Eads bridge from Illinois to Missouri. This was the very first bridge built across the Mississippi. As it turns out the tickets we got at such a bargain price, not only got us good seats, but got us access to the Redbird Club. This is an upscale club within the park that is fully air conditioned, with lots of tables and chairs with a pretty good view of the filed ...
... 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 ...
... This does work well, but only if you don't loose the map (wasn't me!).
Loads of places seen and things done, but only a few worth a mention. Main thing was a visit to the Gateway Arch, the Gateway to the West, which was built in the 60's blah blah etc etc.... It's a 630ft stainless steel arch on the riverfront that houses the tourist information area and contains a "train" of snug 5 seater capsules (see pic) which you ride ...