SpringHill Suites St. Louis Brentwood
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Got to St. Louis around noon and saw ther Big Arch in distance - found it - went to top after quite a walk up and down. Then went into its Museum whcih was very interesting. Chatted with National Park Service guide about our trip to Alaska etc all.
... on the river. One guy told us that the river has dropped over 4 feet in the last couple of weeks due to lack of rain, but they've had good rain upstream (5 inches) so the level will rise in the days to come.
The Captain we spoke to has always worked on the river, as has his father, also a Captain. We hit the road again and followed the scenic route through many small villages. We stopped at one place to buy stamps for our postcards and one of the blokes was a twin for our mate ...
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Now it was time to go back to the hotel and collect our luggage and go to the
airport. We choose to drive to the airport via the Garden District instead of getting right
on the interstate near the hotel, so that we got to see some nice scenery.
Upon arrival at the airport we dropped the rental car at Avis and made the walk to
the main terminal building. I didn’t find the walk long at all, but for people like my mother
... There wasn't any space left to even hang your hat. It was a very old town struggling to survive after it was bye passed. The Main Street has a large eon sign over the cafe where the Greyhound Busses used to stop and pick up passengers. The owner used to lite the sign to indicate to the driver that passengers were waiting. Greyhound no longer use the town. The morning of the 25th saw us drive into Lincoln, a town we chose because our Daughter Nicola was born in Lincoln ...