Pear Tree Inn Fenton - St Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the boats and some original tools and artifacts from the journey.
St. Charles is also on the Katy trail which is a bike/hiking trail that runs across Missouri from near the Mississippi, then along the Missouri river and ends about 200 miles west of St. Charles. I will be traveling close to it for the next couple of days and I was able to ride a few miles of it today.
... our biking adventure, we also made our way to the petroglyphs that are showcased at Washington State Park. These rock carvings are chipped, pecked and ground into the rock and are associated with pre-historic inhabitants of the area dating back to 1,000 AD. This park contains the largest group of petroglyphs in Missouri. The bird-like carving is known as the Thunderbird and was the symbol for rain. Very little is known as to why these carvings were ...
... by the Chilean Ministry of Education. I am excited about seeing a new part of this vast Earth that GOD created and I’m also excited about the opportunity to positively impact someone else’s life through teaching. My stay will be just a little less than 5 months, which is not that long or waaaay long depending on how you view it, but I hope that in this short amount of time that I can make a difference and ...
... park off Washington (next to the famous St Louis Gateway Arch) and then walked into the old part of town. This was mainly cobbled roads, and the state of them made our roads back home in Tameside look smooth!!
We were booked to go on the Tram up to the top of the arch at 11:30am and then a boat trip up the Mississippi river on a paddle steamer at 1:30pm. The views from the top of the Arch were stunning. It was a clear day, so ...
... badges when we returned to the memorial. The Arch and the Memorial overall commemorate the western expansion of the USA. These were exciting but also very dangerous times - the people that undertook the life of settler, trapper, cowboy were very brave. The boys completed their books for their badge with flying colors - this makes #9 and they are very proud of their accomplishments in this regard.
To wrap up the day ...