Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
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I don't really like Memphis. I know I stayed there two days, but that was to recuperate and refresh. I would really have preferred to stay in Nashville. And of all the driving places I've been to, Nashville has been my favourite, and the one where I WISH I had had another day. Like, the touristy stuff in all the other places is very samey. …
... In another part of the museum they had a number of pieces of furniture from his family's later houses. This museum is part of a MO state park that also includes Mark Twain Lake and Tom Sawyer Pond.
The country we traveled through was almost entirely farmland some really huge corn fields (hundreds of acres in size for each one), a number of hayfields, and two sunflower fields with the flowers still in bloom. ...
... so familiar. He is clearly very, very intelligent and I hope to read more of his work. We then discussed the pitfalls of America- e.g. having to drive 20 minutes to get to a decent bakery to buy real bread that doesn't have high fructose corn syrup or growth hormones in it.....
We then went to Washington University School of Law (confusingly neither in Washington the state or the city). We met with Professor Norwood and she had the skill of turning a chat into a ...
... decided no way on God's wondrous earth she is going up! Thee is a small capsule that one has to ride up in and secondly, and more importantly, it is very high! She tells me, she braved the tower in Chicago and that is enough! Hence the reason for staying overnight - to be up and at it nice and early - see the Arch - visit the Museum of Westward Expansion - sample the apparently famous Ted Drewes frozen custard - then on our way again. Nothing else attracts us in St Louis to ...
... years up through 1946 and beyond and this is all displayed wonderfully in many, many informational exhibits. It would have been very easy to spend many hours there drifting from exhibit to exhibit but we felt that we just had time for a quick once over and by 12:30 we were once again on the road heading east.
A little after 2:00, we stopped at an Olive Garden for a Happy Birthday/Happy Father’s Day (I decided to let John share my day after all!) meal. ...