Days Inn Downtown St Louis
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... stairwell as you went up 630ft (192m). Zoey got a little panicky being scared of heights, so swapped seats with Aiden away from the glass door. The ride wasn't long, we all climbed back out and walked up a few more stairs to get to the viewing gallery. Amazing views right over St Louis on both sides of the river. We could see the suspension bridge we had left on last Friday and also the bridge we came in on yesterday. The cardinals stadium looked tiny from up here, as well as ...
... blue water shoes doing a dance and fending off with his little home made oar... saying ****, ****, damn...in captions over his head...
I can still see the faces of the dismayed crew members vividly.. as I swept by... one barge, two barges, there barges, four barges then the fifth and lastly the tug...
wingy dingey pingey.... the control deck of the tug was towering above me by this time and over a ...
... people in the pod, and your knees will be nearly touching. If you're 6 feet or taller you will not be able to sit up straight.
Not a pleasant place to be for those who are remotely claustrophobic. The arch is higher than I thought and narrower. You can see this structure from anywhere even from around town.But the view from the top is awesome, and the park is beautiful.
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We don’t travel to get somewhere better, for we have everything we need and want at home. We travel to get somewhere different. Different scenery, different perspective. We ...
... the pincushion beds of succulents on either side of the garden path leading up to the Victorian house near the maze. The previous succulents would have gone to God after the snowfall.
It is small enough garden to walk around the entire garden even on a hot day when you are starting to feel less than flash, as I was.
The spring flowers would have been impressive a month ago, but the magnolias are fine anyway.
After returning to the hotel, we ...