Super 8 Waterloo
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... it to St. Louis. The museum was built on the site from where Lewis and Clark stepped off on their famous expedition. Another great museum.
St. Louis looks like a great city. I didn't spend much time there though. I got out to snap a few pictures of the Arch and get some frozen custard from Ted Drewes (thanks for ...
... flag flying in the wind. Debbie was supposed to climb with a group of her friends from California but they got earlier tickets and left without her. Larry, Travis and myself are now Debbie's better Rotarian friends. As we climbed, Debbie caught sight of her friends going down the other side. She waved and screamed and our guide was able to communicate a message to their group for Debbie. She was able to sleep during most of her flight and forgot to plug in her ...
... had 5 kids in tow and most of them were so polite and well behaved so I forgave her for the screamer! At one point of the tour we went into the members area, I can't remember exactly what they called it but as the tour guide was telling the story the annual tickets are $14000 for a nice padded seat and entry to this plush dining area with unlimited food and drinks...ok that's affordable, only ...
... since if I had seen that thing at the start I would not have bought the tickets.
It was kind of late at this point and we had been told not to wander around too aimlessly in St. L so we did visit #3 at the Flying Saucer for the day. Apparently those who sample over 200 beers there get their name on the "Wall of Honor".
For the Record: Section 156 Row 14, Seats 5&6
Atlanta Braves beat the Cardinals 5-2
... Charis wants to have breakfast out with me
but at 8am I’m packed and ready to go and she is still asleep. I decide I’d rather get on the road, I’m on a
mission here. So I leave them a note
thanking them for their hospitality and I head out. I hope they don’t mind, but time and travels
The GPS, again, proves invaluable and takes me through the
heart of St Louis and then out on the open road. ...