SpringHill Suites St. Louis Airport Earth City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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It's sad to leave our buds in Indianapolis, but we had to start making our way West. We left Noblesville around 9am after making a quick trip to the grocery store [side note, I have started a great collection of grocery discount cards, today I got one at Kroegers :-) ]. The weather was calling for some strong storms just north of our route so we were fortunate they weren't going to get in our way. We headed west out Route 70 through St. Louis so we could see the St. ...
... has a glassy new modern wing since I visited in 2002 with a posh restaurant and space for the modern art collection and for temporary exhibitions. I lucked out to be in Saint Louis shortly before the "Impressionist France: Visions of a Nation from LeGray to Monet" special exhibition ended. In contrast to the museum’s free admission there was a (worthwhile) charge for a ticket to the special ...
... br> So, after a lot of car karaoke, pit stops, fun, laughter, and speeding down the highway, we finally make it to our first stop; point B...St. Louis, MO. Hotel is good. Denny's sucked. Pool was mediocre. Finding the world's largest ketchup bottle, AWESOME. Taking pictures at landmark Route 66 sites, COOL.
All in all...first day on the trip was downright FANTASTIC! ...
... and claim the treasure. As Bilbo was just meant to be a "burglar" he ended up being the leader of our group. He started to care for the dwarves and I and did what he could to help us all survive. Once Smaug was killed by Bard, a Lake-town archer, the town was extatic. The Battle of the Five Armies was soemthing I will never forget. It was between dwarves, elves, and men fighting against Goblins and Wargs. ...
... rose two or three stories above the roof and there was bars on the inside of the structure that you could climb on. What made it scary was that it was only a foot or two high so you were crawling on your belly flat against the bars with nothing below you as if suspended from a 25 foot high ceiling. Once you got to the top there was a cage and you could crawl out the top. Jared, Maddie and I (Dad) battled our claustrophobia and fear of ...