Knights Inn Ferguson
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... walking under the Gateway Arch, huge structure on par with the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building. Some 200 meters high forming a perfect metal mirrored arch. Looked beautiful at sunset, with the golden reflections. A recommendation from the hotel was to go up to the Hilton where they have a skybar that looks out across the whole city including the arch. Went up there for a ...
... early that evening. We spent a good amount of time deliberating over our hotel selectio, and finally settled on the Hilton right next to the famous St. Louis Arch & Mississippi River where we had an incredible view from our room on the 20th floor! We tucked our shirts in and smoothed our hair and headed to the "Bistro 360" - the bar / restaurant on the rooftop for "Gold" members - that ...
The Lady operating the doors looked at me with a sad face and asked if I was really sure that I did not want to go. I said I thought I could do it with the two of us but once the others started coming in....nu-uh. She encouraged me that it was worth it and that she would try and get us our own pod but it might not happen since you are meant to buy up the whole pod if you want that.
It was late/quiet enough that she was able ...
... at the chance. Turns out it is a Jazz band, they played music from the likes of Count Basey, it was very good indeed. From there we went to the local town (Kirkwood) to a bar where there were 2 guitarists playing covers, they too were very good – was a very enjoyable evening indeed.
I decide today I am going to the History Museum and I certainly wasn’t disappointed, from the stunning architecture of the building ...
... but you will also see some of the most heartbreaking things in the world. Go ahead and feel the pain and cry and let it out. You never know when it will hit you but it will hit you. For me, it was on my first trip. I was praying for the needs of each man. As they told me about not having any food to take home to their families that evening, it hit me that my dog ate better than these men and their ...