Americas Best Value Inn - Collinsville / St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We stopped at a little town called Chester for a coffee and a few goodies at Walmart, before travelling a bit more into the countryside. ...
... The case was in the court for 10 years, where it was finally ruled that African-Americans were not citizens of any state in the US, and therefore did not have rights of citizens. The Civil War began 4 years later.
We took the train back to our parked RV, returned to the RV Park, and will head back to St. Charles tonight for dinner.
Continuing west again ...
... T. Russell (or Bob as he introduced himself). He was very welcoming and pointed out lots of things to do and see in the town. He even talked about when Billy Connolly came through the town a couple of years ago when he was making his documentary on Route 66 (most of which gave me the inspiration for the places we are visiting on this trip)..........
The murals were all painted by a local man, Bob Waldmire ...
... morning. Oh and the old guy in "Willy's" who said he could never live in NJ because the coast is too scary because of tsunamis, he was fun too. It was interesting to pick the brain of someone from middle America. After that I was off to the big city of St. Louis. I was driving through cornfields one minute and then all of a sudden the arch appeared! It really is an impressive sight, especially once you get up close to it. I took a ...
... little town with cobbled streets and expensive gift shops. Corees sister in law runs a beautiful salon, which we had a bit of a snoop around, then walked up along the Missouri River (looking like a river should. Blueish and clean) up to a statue of Lewis and Clark and their enormous dog. We walked back down along the street, peering in through the window of the English shop, checking out "Fran's" giftshop and hunting for ghosts down little alleyways. ...