Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
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... heavy downpour. Everyone legged it from the poolside, except us. Typical Brits not afraid of the rain, we stayed put under our own shelter. About 1.30pm, when the rain eased, Andy ran over the road to Burger King for lunch - not paying double for a burger at the hotel + 18% tip ! There were a group of 5 teenagers drinking and larking about the pool. One guy was with 2 of the girls, getting frisky altogether in the spa, and the two other girls ...
... were a bit big. No conclusive evidence, unfortunately. We drove into our third state for the day, Michigan, and stayed overnight in a little town called Coldwater. We just parked in the Walmart carpark there before an early night.
On Tuesday, Julie and I both woke a little disappointed that our Amish hunt had not had any luck. We had breakfast, brushed our teeth and got into the front seat of our RV when Julie suddenly gasped. I looked up, ...
The Gateway Arch also known as the gateway to the west is another American iconic landmark. I've been here several times on my layovers, and it's still one of my favorite places to visit.
I've often wondered why they chose that shape and its true purpose. Some conspiracy theorists say they built it in stainless steel structure so it can produce an ionic pulse, ...
... for the night. An all-time favorite, we decided to go to the Broadway Oyster Bar for dinner, drinks and entertainment. The restaurant has mosaics made from oyster shells cemented to the walls and fun signs and antiques everywhere. The band that night was a funk band with acid jazz and soul influence. They were really great and included an alto sax, trumpet, and keys. First comes first…12 raw blue point oysters and 12 char broiled cheesy, saucy oysters. Broadway ...
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end some further research on the volume of sales for such non-fiction guides
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The initial research made me aware of where the good
university museums are located, and one of those is ...