St Louis West KOA
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... structural weaknesses of the Greek economy along with a decade long pre-existence of overly high structural deficits and debt-to-GDP levels on public accounts. In late 2009, fears of a sovereign debt crisis developed among investors concerning Greece's ability to meet its debt obligations, due to a reported strong increase in government debt levels along with continued existence of high structural deficits.
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... pie which
was also very good. This version was very dense and fluffy. After dinner I went for a swim in the indoor hotel pool.
After breakfast at the hotel, we drove to the Vicksburg Visitor Center to get some brochures. The woman was very helpful and after our stop there we went to Vicksburg Military Park which is right across the street. We started in the visitor center looking at the exhibits and short film about the siege. Then we drove through the whole ...
... quarry. The priest was creative and used things like baking molds and glass bottles to add decorations along with shells and beautiful rocks. It was very peaceful both on the drive to the shrine (about 8 miles off the highway) and on the grounds. The area is remarkably similar to New England with rolling hills and lots of deciduous trees.
We arrived in the St. Louis area around rush hour and were impressed ...
... in less than 4 hours; as we know this is right up the big bro, Rich's, avenue, we thought apt to use the dollars we were given here... Thanks bro and co! (No Stella we're afraid bro!) The challenge started well as we smashed on of the four tents in 45 minutes; That was when the seal had to be broken, which seemed to be the same for the other thousands there. We quickly realised that 20 minutes in a toilet queue every time we needed the loo was going to hinder our progress, ...
... then the farm land of southern Illinois. Apparently Illinois doesn't have helmet laws, instead the bikers rely on the magical and machismo powers of their mustaches to keep them from harm. St Louis greeted us with a lovely 10 mile traffic jam as a road crew had taken i64 down to one land of traffic, during rush hour on the night of a home baseball game. The hotel was excellent, as of Mesa verde the best of the ...
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