Holiday Inn St. Louis-Fairview Heights
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- Heated pool
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... made by a Rotary supported Project in the Phillippines where this sewing endeavor has led to some economic development). I didn't have my name badge on and the Aussie says "ah, your from Gundy!?" Nope, I answered. I then explained how I came in possession of the shirt on my first trip back in 2011. Next stop is at the house in Enmore to drop off the bags, then we're back out the door, on a bus and then a long scenic train ride out to Macaarthur. I go shopping ...
... come along and we were so happy just to sit in that train in the nice warmth but just as we were starting to defrost we arrived at Central West End. We got off the train and everyone split into two groups heading to either end of the station... hmm which way should we go? Well of course I chose the wrong option so we walked the long way around to where we need to be. This is a University area so not really what I was expecting but as we walked further up the street we started to see ...
... USA, so no wonder the rooms where cheap!
Steering clear of the east, we end up in the west. Off to bed!
Just before breakfast Lisa and I set out for a run. Not too far, just far enough for some exercise. As is typical, when we are at our furthest away from the hotel, my dodgy leg gives up the ghost again – and this time it really hurts a lot. Lisa runs back to the hotel, and I limp back. For the next few days this was going to ...
... we'll see... ;) I would have loved more time for us to spend in the Museum of Westward Expansion (which we visited after doing the tram ride to the top to take pictures), but we needed to move on to get to Kansas City at a reasonable time (and do our best to avoid rush hour). My favorite quote (as Amber had just watched a replica of an old-time silversmith talk to us) was "That was ...
... bears. Oh my. Plus there were penguins. Though I did get a bit gutted by the grizzly bear pacing round and round in circles. Don't think they are meant to do that.
Afterwards, I walked around the park to the pavillion from the 1904 World's Fair (held, conveniently, in Forest Park) which had a very nice fountain. THen along the lake to the boathouse and across the river. The weather was lovely, around 20C with no clouds, so a very pleasant walk. At the river, I found myself ...