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... same things, so we agreed to go halves. Ordering: the San Miguel burger: beef patty, egg, coleslaw, avocado & tabasco mayo with side of German potato salad (warm sliced potatoes, bacon bits & sauerkraut) & also the chicken sandwich with guacamole & salad in a wholemeal seeded bun with side of fries, we had just ice water with our meal, so only cost us $19.00 +tip. We both agreed the latter (healthier) was the far nicer out of the two. Even though we had a late ...
... cityscape. The other important historic site downtown is the Old Courthouse, now a historical museum, where the famous Dred Scott case was argued in 1846, the case that ultimately made it to the U.S. Supreme Court and was decided in favor of slave owners.
Beyond a great deal of emptiness and blocks with single isolated standing buildings are the midtown and west side districts of Saint Louis near Forest Park, which are much more prosperous. From ...
... next to me that I would recognize from my plane (because she was gorgeous) was also confused about baggage. She found an airport person (who was more than happy to help her) and I tagged along with this info. Once I got my bags, I started the hour long journey to get to my hotel in which most of the time was spent waiting for the hotel shuttle to arrive to the pickup station. At this point, I’m extremely hungry because I was too frantic ...
On the Saturday my girlfriend and I decided to take the the Metrolink from Belleville into Saint Louis. Not being accustomed to American public transport I was pleasantly surprised how easy to use and efficient the Saint Louis Metrolink was. It made a pleasant change from the chaos that I am used to on the London Underground. In Saint Louis itself there were two main sites/attractions that we wanted to see. The first was the City Museum, which I reviewed above. In ...
... to see the gigantic silver arch that overlooks the Mississippi. It is 630 feet high and is the gateway to the west.The Mississippi was swollen and muddy with huge tree trunks floating along - the result of all the rain from States up north. But at least it was no longer cold. Temps reached mid 70's today. Hooray!