TownePlace Suites St. Louis Fenton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... 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.
Aaahh, nothing like a road trip. Just us and the fracking trucks heading west through the lush Pennsylvania greenness on Route 80. Peaceful and quiet as the kids slept through most of the morning. Gosh, that's a sentence I won't be saying many more times since one of them is off to college in a few weeks and the other just surpassed me in height. Sadly, this is probably going to be the last big road trip, so we gave Claire ...
... Louis. Karen got busy on the i-pad and found a hotel downtown. Not just a hotel, but the old Union Station that is now a Hilton. You would have to know something about the St. Louis Union Station for this to have any significance. This is one of the grandest stations in the country. So we booked a room for the night. Later in the evening we found out that tomorrow, May 10th, is National Train Day. There is a huge celebration here tomorrow. We are now booked for two ...
... the bus. Now remember the plan? stay on the bus! But for some reason I saw the Convention Center and said, come on Rodd this is our stop.... in my defense he didn't argue with me, he didn't say "sit down, we're going all the way around" he just stood up and followed me off and then as the doors shut behind us he said " weren't we going to stay on up Washington?"... grrrr... I still get cranky with myself when I think about this cos I really wanted to see what there is up there, ...
... stuffed African Water Buck looked on from behind the bar, the
bartender told the story that the building had at one time, been a lighting
store. The place had also been an
original ‘beer depot’ in the 1940s, which meant than Anheuser-Busch had used
this bar as a distribution point for its beers.
He concluded his story by saying, “A lotta history down here, but there
ain’t too much left.” ...