Ramada Inn St. Louis Airport
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... regions of the country as he prepares to chose a college. Lance's tour allowed Victor to see a lot more of the St. Louis and he has added it to his list of possible college cities.
The highlight of the day came when Victor drove us into St. Louis. As he drove though the crowded city streets lined with tall buildings he excitedly pointed out that this was his first time to drive in a big city. His grin was ear to ear.
... was asleep by this point, we were not far from Hazelwood which was close by to the airport. We pulled into the car park, but had the wrong extended stay hotel, we literally were around the corner at next junction, 2 minutes later and we arrived. Checking in, I was charged more than the rate I had on my confirmation, reception couldn't do anything about this, we had to take the matter up with reservations. Given our room numbers, we first checked out our rooms and ...
... to be.
I believe in the person I want to become.
I believe in the freedom of the open road.
... by the construction (despite instructions). I ran to the arch only to get in the
back of the long security line. By the time I got through, it was after 9:10 so I missed my
reservation. I was worried they would make me pay again for a later time, but they
didn’t, they just sent me on the 9:20am. The pods you ride up in are very small 5 person
sections with seats. It is quite a tight fit, so if you are claustrophobic, you may want to
pass on this ...
... oldest garages on route which has been pleasantly restored. JC took a liking to this as it had a caravan adjacent, built in the year of her birth 1953. It had a plate on it naming it a Winnebago. (Was this the start of many?). Our next stop was Pontiac, a small town we both really enjoyed. The museums were free and well worth seeing. One museum had the Route 66 history, mock rooms from the 50's and on the top floor was memorabilia from the Second World War, donated by ...