Residence Inn St. Louis Airport/Earth City
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We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...
... with the trip to the top. For those of you who have never done this, all I can say is Wow. There isn't an elevator that goes up. There isn't a tram that goes up. It's more like being in a conveyor belt. There are several little "pods" linked together that run up and down inside the arch. Climbing inside of one of these "pods" is kinda like climbing into a space capsule. There are five seats in each pod, but I ...
After agreeing to go on the journey with Bilbo, we rushed to where Bilbo was meeting the dwarves. Bilbo tells them that he will go on the journey, but that I am going to join them as well. The dwarves didn't mind that I was coming along. We started on our journey to the Lonely Mountain. We had been traveling for a really long time, and it was soon becoming night. We were all very tired and hungry. All of the sudden, we saw a light not too far away. The dwarves insisted that since me ...
... flying downhill at
breakneck speeds. I was saddened to see
that much of this area, while booming when I was a kid, was mostly abandoned
now. Empty warehouses and manufacturing
plants lined this once busy street. Our third
stop was the Time Out on Meramec. We
were one for three as the Time Out was not open until noon, and it was now just
11:30. Back on the road heading toward
downtown St. Louis, with the muddy Mississippi River ...
... just shy of perfect according to the website "arrive by 10am to avoid crowds..." We navigated the surface roads of downtown St. Louis and even confirmed that yes, our camper IS less than 12'6" high (something it would have been much less stressful to have confirmed prior to inching under the railway overpass on a narrow street...) We made our way to the Visitor Center only to find a 20 minute wait in the HOT sun to get in through "airport ...