Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
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... Where's Zoeville? There are lots of caves and caverns around here as well as a few wineries. Tons of semi trucks along the highway. I noticed that when you're driving down a road like I-70 or 64 you get into a group of cars that all probably have their cruise control set at the same speed and its almost like a little community of super bored drivers truckin along the highway. It would be funny if you could communicate with them about various things that we ...
... by the construction (despite instructions). I ran to the arch only to get in the
back of the long security line. By the time I got through, it was after 9:10 so I missed my
reservation. I was worried they would make me pay again for a later time, but they
didn’t, they just sent me on the 9:20am. The pods you ride up in are very small 5 person
sections with seats. It is quite a tight fit, so if you are claustrophobic, you may want to
pass on this ...
... elevator it was like stepping into a urinal which didn't fill me with confidence but we soldiered on and made it unscathed to the platform. As we stepped out of the lift I noticed how dark it was up here and there was one guy up the end that seemed to be mumbling to himself. I was a little wary of him until I went to check the timetable and he yelled at me from the other end "next train at 7.29" I just called back "great thanks" but was feeling a little nervous. ...
... at every minute of the day it would be a nightmare. For us, it was a unique place to let them run free for a couple of hours.
We started by heading up to the rooftop on top of the 11th floor of the warehouse. There is a bus that you can climb in which half of it hangs over the side of the building. There were several different slides as well as wire structures to climb on. The most interesting and scary thing was a large ...
We made it to St. Louis around 11:30pm tonight. We're here. We're safe. We're all ready to go to bed.
We don't do things slow on a Hawkins Vacation. Tomorrow we're at it again - visiting the Gateway Arch to get a good view of St. Louis from 600 feet up.