Close view of "The Douglas McArthur Railroad Bridge".
A view looking back north at the "The Douglas McArthur Railroad Bridge", "I-55/ I-64 Bridge" and the "Gateway Arch".
Another view looking north up the Mississippi River.
Further south down the river, looking back at the "Gateway Arch".
Looking at a barge tug boat.
Looking back at the arch.
South down the river looking at the Budweiser factory in the distance, which I will be going to next.
Looking at the Budweiser factory in the distance as we start to make the 180 degree turnaround.
Some barges and tugs along the shoreline.
Heading back north to the river front docks.
Some of the Mississippi shoreline as we begin to dock. After disembarking from the cruise boat I caught a trolley tour bus, a cheap way to get to the Budweiser Brewery and back, in addition to seeing some of the other St. Louis sights on the way. We passed by the famous "Soulard Farmer's Market" which was last surviving public markets in St. Louis. Web Site
I took the trolley tour bus from the river front and got off at the Budweiser Brewery. I'm following the signs to the visitors center building. Web Site
I arrived at my destination.
Nascar on display inside.
"BD-5 Bud Jet" on display. Jim Bede's small, single-seat homebuilt kit aircraft from the 1970's.
The next brewery tour will begin here shortly.
The old Budweiser delivery truck.
Doesn't Dale Earnhardt Jr. #8 use this car? Can you tell I'm Nascar illiterate?
Race car driver's suit display.
Budweiser Clydesdales display in the visitor's center. Stay tuned, I will get to see the real Clydesdales.