La Quinta Inn & Suites Hotel St Louis Westport
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All about chasing them Arches! Also saw my first white castle building... all those Harold and Kumar movies have not gone to waste.. yet. We went down to the Mississippi River but it was so dang windy people's clothes were flying off of them! So we went right over the arch, got into a rounded space ship which shot us over 630 feet in the air, to a small passage way at the very top. Here we leaned with the wind overlooking all of ...
With a brief stop over in Atlanta, we flew into St Louis this evening.
Pleasantly surprised by St Louis. It is a very pretty city, with relatively quiet, spotless roads and parks, it is in stark contrast to most of the places we have visited.
Although celebrating a 250 year anniversary this year, it is very modern and would appear well funded. The people have a friendly disposition and friendly smiles. Much like New Orleans, but without the clutter..
... found weapons. We took what we needed and left. After leaving the trolls cave we started the journey again. While we were walking, a few elves came up to us and invited us into their castle. Once we were in there we meet Elrond. He was the great chief elf. He was very helpful. He told us what our weapons were and what they were from. He also helped us by reading Thorin's map for us. He was very helpful because he revealed for us how to open the secret entrance to lonely ...
... first stop was a miss hit.
The bar had closed. We’d later
learn that a dispute between the renter and landlord had ended badly for
Elmo. Biking along South Broadway, we
landed at Highlights Bar and Grill (7301 S. Broadway).
about 11 in the morning, and we were not the first patrons. There was a gentleman already at the bar
sipping a beer and chatting with the bartender, who seemed like a nice chap,
... of peace medals in the relationship between the Indians and the U.S.
We finished our trip to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial by visiting the museum store to load up on the typically touristy pens, mugs and magnets. The kids have been collecting those flattened penny souvenir coins so they got one each of those as well.
I was impressed with our trip to this national park - it was well worth the time (and the heat) to visit.