Pear Tree Inn St. Louis Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... area to see where the hurricane had done the most
We got back to the hotel about 3pm and then sat outside on the observation deck
over the pool for an hour before we went in and I walked around some more.
Tonight we had a 5:30pm reservation at Mr. B’s Bistro. The service was a little
disorganized. They work in teams like so many of the restaurants do, but our team was
disorganized; the one who was supposed to go over the menu ...
Hey all. I am really sorry for cancelling class on Tuesday. My wife was very sick, and I needed to stay home and care for her. For this coming Tuesday, please just prepare yourself for what we were going to discuss last Tuesday. We'll decide when to make up the misses class then too.
... open to a tiny little tram with five tight seats (Robert had to hunch over for the ride up). The ride was about four minutes long to get up the 630ft (which is taller than the Statue of Liberty). The Arch shaped monument was built to honor the explorers that helped to expand the country to the west. At the top there were 16 tiny windows on each side that allowed us to look down. When we looked down we could see ...