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St. Louis Arch

We were is St. Louis over the weekend and decided to visit the famous arch.
We all went to the top, the experience isn't quite what I expected, and I am afraid of heights, but seeing Kaiden's sad little face when I said I'll wait with the baby was enough to get me up there.
There was a baseball game going on at the time and we could see it pretty well from so high up.
I didn't expect there to be so much history involved in this visit.
We toured the museum there as well.
The kids really enjoyed the experience.
Amalia actually loved the ride to the top, she got the giggles like crazy going up and coming back down.







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