Super 8 St Louis Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... at first base in which the runner was injured ... Home Team Record: 10-4 (although the Twins won the game I was "supposed to" attend) ... Next Stop: Kansas City tomorrow
Distance Traveled: 9063
Stadiums Visited: 14
Sight of the Day: The Arch beyond the stadium, a simple but cool visual
Quote of the Day: "Whoa, it IS real?" - a 6 year old boy upon seeing the St. Louis Arch, apparently though his parents were making it up
... and then got to Memphis by about 3:30pm. Our first stop in Memphis was
Mud Island which was very interesting. This is a Mississippi River Museum. You park in
Memphis and then have the choice was walking across a fairly long bridge or taking a
monorail tram over (there is also a drive in entrance I believe). The full ticket includes
the monorail, museum and outdoor model of the Mississippi River. The museum took us
about an hour to get through and includes history ...
... which now reside at Yale University. The tours were very good and informative.
From there we headed in to downtown St. Louis to check out the Arch. Well, we all had expectations of a nice arch but they were all exceeded by what we found. The arch is way BIGGER than any of us thought it would be. It is simply dizzying but also beautiful and very modern. Hard to believe it was conceived of in the early 40's. We watched a ...
... planes remaining on the ground was their tails! The water level was 13 ft. and destroyed many planes.
It was getting time for me to take-off so I said my final goodbyes to Mr. Peterson, his father-in-law and the guys at the airport. I knew this was going to be an interesting flight considering all the precipitation that I was about to encounter.
For all the pilots out there my flight plan and power settings were as follows: