La Quinta Inn & Suites O'Fallon, IL - St. Louis
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I have been waiting so long for DAY ONE!! I can't believe it's already here!
We planned to get an early start, but realized last night that Tyler's glasses were missing. He needs them for distance so I thought he might really want them while we are gone. After searching all over the house last night for forever, we went by his school this morning. The last place he remembered them was ...
... the Trolley it came a bit early so we had to have another drink and wait for the next one! We perfectly timed the next one and rode the Trolley the couple of blocks needed to get to the 360 bar which is at the top of the Hilton. This is another place I heard from on TripAdvisor when looking for somewhere with a great view of the Arch, we didn't stay long, just had a drink, some lavash bread with dips and took some photos, it's a lovely bar with a fab view but a bit "yuppified" for ...
... and other programs to encourage appreciation of the arts. The building itself was also a surprise for me; I was convinced it was in a park, but is located in a very urban setting. It’s also much smaller than I imagined.
Ando’s building could be characterized as "difficult" architecture. It’s all cast concrete, with no windows looking out on the street. It appears very brutal – almost like an art fortress. It couldn't be ...
... were our beautiful flower girls and Grant was our ring bearer! In St. Louis we experienced some St. Louis food : custard, toasted ravs (ravioli) and pork steaks. The toasted ravs are my new favorite they are beef raviolis with breading then fried and served with sauce..delicious!!! We visited Grant’s Farm which is owned by the Busch family of Anheuser-Busch. There we took a tram around the farm and saw many animals including ...
... was a little nauseous and claustrophobic. After looking through the windows and getting a few photos I was totally ready to descend and so we did. To get to the bottom it took only 2 minutes to reach. Now it is almost dinner time so we headed over to the Metro Link station where the Joey B’s Bar & Restaurant (that was featured on Rachel Ray) was located. The food was good but the service was extremely slow. ...