Pear Tree Inn St. Louis Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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July 5, 2015 (LC equivalent westbound May 16, 1804)
Traveled all of 28 miles from St. Louis to St. Charles MO. It took Clark and the Corps 2 days to move their three boats the same distance against the Missouri River current. They would not have liked the river today because it was above flood stage by about 3 feet and the current was ripping.
I spent the day in St. Charles ...
... fell asleep.
Well, I have realized that I am not ready to end this blog yet. There is still a lot that I feel I need to say regarding my reentry into the United States and the quirks that I have picked up on. I have done a lot of reflecting and thinking about what I want for my future and I would like to add all of these things in a post so that I can go back some day and read it. So for the first last time, I can say...
Until next time,
In addition to sharing my language and culture, I hope to gain some things as well. One thing in particular is a better handle on my Spanish speaking skills. Yes. I speak Spanish, but the more and more I sit on it, the more I lose. My goal is to not just get as good as I used to be, but to be even better. I want to be an overall, excellent communicator in Spanish. If I stay focused and don’t look for gringos ...
... fantastic photographs. I even used my 8mm fish-eye lens to get some unusual effects too.
The trip on the Mississippi was very educational, lasting exactly 1 hour we got to see and hear quite a lot about the history of St Louis and the Mississippi river. After the river trip we headed back up towards the arch and then towards the old Courthouse and beyond into the Citygarden area. There were some amazing views of the arch, and quite ...
... to tour the Anheuser Busch brewery which is located here in St. Louis. The tour is free and lasts over an hour - Omar already knew about the process about making beer but it was interesting to see it on such a massive scale. For example, each "pot" of beer fermenting would hold 3600 barrels of beer which is the equivalent of 200,000 cases of beer! Another interesting statistic was their warehouse can hold 500,000 cases of beer. But ...