Holiday Inn Express St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The Gateway Arch is the vision of renowned architect Eero Saarinen. The Gateway Arch commemorates Thomas Jefferson's vision and St. Louis' role in the westward expansion of the United States. Jefferson signed the Louisiana Purchase which helped make the USA whole. Prior to the Louisiana purchase from New Orleans upwards toward/into Canada was French territory. After the purchase from the French the USA was able to expand Westward.
It's a really impressive piece ...
Another very early we had to start the day. Saying goodbye to Mary and Angie&family was a bit difficult, it was such a short but great time with them. But we need to hit the road as soon as possible... The plan for today was to make so many kilometers as possible. After some quick stops for lunch, pit stop, etc., we reached St. Louis in the afternoon. The Gateway Arch stands still proudly welcoming us. We needed to do the ...
Today was a relaxing day. We cruised the "Great River Road" north, where we enjoyed the wonderful scenery. We visited Mark Twain's birthplace (Hannibal, MO) and did a short boattrip on the Mississippi. We had dinner in a rooftop restaurant with a nice view over downtown St. Louis and luckily we were home before midnight ...
Today was our five year wedding anniversary so we took a quick trip to St Louis! We took a ride up the arch to see the view of St Louis - the river on one side, Busch Stadium on the other. The game started out with a bang ~ two homeruns in the first inning back to back!!! WHO can say they saw THAT at a St Louis Cardinals game?? We saw Fredbird, A Clydesdale, a Bald Eagle that is trained to entertain the crowd, and we spent TONS of money on drinks ...
Day 4 Anchor down, sails down, supper down by sundown.
An adage I learned from my sailing ministers... Jerold Moree and Michael Wade Smith.
I hope they are smiling wherever they are, especially when they see me on days like today trying my best to move about on the deck like a squirrel tripping over lines and ...