We started our day with a walk by the river. The iron bridge extending across the river was magnificent. We went past a platform that offered helicopter rides for an air view of the city, but it was not accessible as the seat was too high for Kunho to transfer. There was also a lot of road work going on near the Gateway Arch. Kunho and Cyn needed to walk around the park to find an elevator.
Kunho, on a mission to take a photo of our car keys everywhere we go.
We finally managed to get into the Arch, which is NOT accessible; there are two flights of stairs at the top. The Westward Expansion museum beneath the Arch, however, is accessible and highly educational.
Brad takes a selfie.
We then walked to the Union station, a remarkable building with many shops.
The team admiring the awesome architecture of the Gateway Arch – great shot Brad! 😀