La Quinta Inn St. Louis Airport
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Well, after a flight from Tokyo to Chicago, then Chicago to Saint Louis we are safely home landing 4 minutes before we took off. Gotta love the International Date Line. Flights were totally uneventful. The generally hateful hell that is O'Hare was even pleasantly blunted by the installation of a bunch of ATM-like machines that helped speed the reentry process.
Good to be home and see Maureen ...
Bevs back has given her mucho jip so we came out late today, the thinking is May as well be in agony walking as sitting and doing naff all. Our companions have gone off to find a botanical gardens, we are sitting in a vast casino complex. Our intention is to get a trolley bus tour of St Louis. We thought we'd spend a jolly hour upon the trolley but lost our cash instead. We haven't really gambled. We're near a place called Lacledes Landing. Riverfront ...
... at first base in which the runner was injured ... Home Team Record: 10-4 (although the Twins won the game I was "supposed to" attend) ... Next Stop: Kansas City tomorrow
Distance Traveled: 9063
Stadiums Visited: 14
Sight of the Day: The Arch beyond the stadium, a simple but cool visual
Quote of the Day: "Whoa, it IS real?" - a 6 year old boy upon seeing the St. Louis Arch, apparently though his parents were making it up
Milkwood had an unpleasant surprise for us. Huge, awful spiders. We decided to go off the trail because we were just so hungry! The last time we looked for food, we all got lost. The next thing I know I'm being wrapped up in a web and something bit me! Then I blacked out. I woke up and was so dazed. But I had no idea what was going on. I thought ...
... mini-van" would be there when we returned.
We walked over to the Arch where we went through security and bought tickets to go to the top. When our time came we lined up and hopped in the tiny capsule that took us on a 4 minute trip to the top. At the top there are rows of narrow windows on either side that you can look out on the city on one side and the river and Illinois on the other. It was a beautiful sunny day so we had good ...