St Louis. How are the staff at the Hyatt treating you?
St. Louis, MO?
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I used to fly to South Africa and Botswana ten times a year, add in another long haul business flight and frequent European travel and I am glad that I have not seen the inside of a plane since November 2015. I found the worst, bad tempered security people were always in the U.K., although the USA ran them a close second. I hope the business you are doing is interesting enough to make up for the travel?
Half built McDonalds ?
Not sure. but CU is an Iphone User, White Shirt, Black lanyard, dark blazer, likely white male, there is a clock in the room and it looks like he's standing next to some one in a stripy shirt.
Enjoy St Louis, I was there a couple of weeks back for a night. Nice city I'd like to see more of, although some of the outer suburbs were, shall we say, "interesting." I felt safer shopping in LA's Compton.If you're staying downtown, the Hilton there is worth a look - a converted bank, and with a lovely breakfast to start the day.The Arch is worth a trip up too. Not the most comfortable ride up, but some nice views.
According to the FBI most crime per head of [population statistics, you are in the number one most criminal city in the USA/Which puts you in a top fifty most dangerous place to be in the world.So stay indoors.
While you're there...https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/sep/24/i-feel-like-a-slave-st-louis-workhouse-denounced-as-a-modern-day-debtors-prison
Croquet Mart Somewhere USA
Get yourself across the river to East St Louis. Now that is America's most dangerous city.
East St. Louis Toodle-Oo (1927)- Duke Ellingtonhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_Y0cJ-aEbYHave fun.Don Cox
Anonymous at 9.47"The Arch is worth a trip up too. Not the most comfortable ride up, but some nice views."No drink allowed in the lift though. You arrive upside down on the other side.
you guys are well informed...yeah, nice place but not a place to try and walk anywhere. great weather mind!
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