Americas Best Value Inn- Lake St. Louis
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... shops, restaurants, and history (The first capital building is right on main street for which the National Park Service offers tours).
A block away from main street is a great park off the Missouri River.
If you find yourself visiting the greater St. Louis area a side trip to downtown St. Charles should be added to your itinerary.
We made it! ok granted not a very long drive from Chicago/Naperville, about 5 hours. With all our stops I think it took us about 6 hours. The RV park we're at is pretty basic, carved out of a residential subdivision. Everything is paved, all sites are full hook up, no pool, no kids activities, etc. Perfect for our purposes as we won't be spending a lot of time here. The wife & I did take a small walk and found a ...
... all of us. We however were just as fierce. This makes Bilbo retreat further and he then sees the great eagles fly over him. A stone fell on his head though and knocked him unconscious. We won the war and went back to find bilbo healthy with just a headache. We tell him that we won the war and that Beorn came and really won it all for us. We also tell him that Thorin ...
... Devil's Elbow. It's 1923 bridge crosses the Big Piney river and valley.
Then back to the quirky with the giant Bowling Pin in front of a bowling alley in Waynesville.
On the way to the our Bates's motel de jour, in Carthage, we came across the World's Largest Gift Shop. . Wow, I didn't know you could cram so ...
Up at 8.30am and a short time later, we had the camp owner arrive on his quad bike wanting to know why we hadn't registered last night. (We kind of forgot/couldn't be bothered). He must have thought the Kiwis would do a runner without paying for the power and the water we DIDN'T use. Ripped off.
After settling the bill ($28.00 each RV), it was time to head to St Louis. By now it's about 11:00am. It was cold... ...