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... 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 ...
... ourselves up at a table and I started with a red wine.. Rodd had been drinking Strongbow or any cider he can find so started off with that. We had a lovely server, Jessica, that we had a chat to and discovered she gets paid $3.79 an hour!! She was flabbergasted when we told her what the same position is paid in Australia, this is something I hope most people understand when they travel to the US, ...
Thinking that driving in St. Louis would be a traumatic experience we expected the worst, but we were pleasantly surprised when we drove directly to our destination without any wrong turns or fights. And free parking for RV's right by the Gateway Arch and parallel to the Mississippi, sweet!
Since the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is right underneath the Arch we took ...
... were interested in seeing.
By the end of our visit Laneshia and I--and a lot of other worn out parents--watched the kids play in a ball pit where some of the other kids were aggressive throwing the balls at each other. The worker kept telling them: "No head shots or you'll have to get out!" but they weren't listening. They were still drilling each other with the balls until it was 5 o'clock and time to get out.
As we left the museum I got ...
... after fleeing Nazi
Washington University is technically just outside the Saint
Louis city limits in the suburb of University City but is considered the top
university in the area. Washington is actually one of the top universities in
the United States in terms of test scores, admissions selectivity, research
activity, and number of professors associated with a university who have won
Nobel prizes. I thought ...