Michael s Swiss Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Michael s Swiss Inn Highland
Travel Blogs from Highland
... where Lindsey went
running, laid out on the grass, and had occasional classes at the Saint Louis
Art Museum (a/k/a SLAM). We ended the tour back on campus at the Art History
building to visit the professor who was Lindsey’s advisor for her senior year
At this point, James was pretty hangry. A quick sandwich at
Kayak’s Coffee, a coffee/lunch spot right next to campus where Lindsey went ...
... morning play time and he got himself comfy on our bed nattering away to me, and saying Jojo amongst his chatter. Zoey announces she is staying in her mum's room again, cos she got to sleep with Levi and to stay up watching TV until 11pm. Andy said we stayed up to til midnight, which made her change her mind about staying over. Too late Aiden says I'm staying. It was 11am before we were all ready and on the road into St Louis. We grove initially thru the historic St. Louis and ...
... it really stand out. The Saint Louis Art Museum has two for me. First is the world’s largest collection of paintings by German expressionist Max Beckmann, including a huge gallery devoted entirely to his works. Beckmann settled in the Saint Louis area after leaving Nazi Germany when his paintings were declared to be degenerate and removed from public collections.
The second ...
Ahhhhh, today was a day of rest. We officially took the day off today to enjoy our vacation. Oh wait a minute, I think we're supposed to be enjoying it every day. Well anyway, no traveling today. After sleeping in and a bite of breakfast Karen and I went out to the train shed to see what was happening with Train Day. Several people we still setting up displays, but all of the real trains were already on display. ...
... which now reside at Yale University. The tours were very good and informative.
From there we headed in to downtown St. Louis to check out the Arch. Well, we all had expectations of a nice arch but they were all exceeded by what we found. The arch is way BIGGER than any of us thought it would be. It is simply dizzying but also beautiful and very modern. Hard to believe it was conceived of in the early 40's. We watched a ...