Quality Inn Airport St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Pier and a nice visit back at the boat. It was so great to see them!
The next day it grew sunny and hot as we began our transit of the Cal-Sag Ship Channel out of Chicago. We had to take this route since the Chicago River route contained a 17' bridge that would have given Satisfaction a new shorter profile. The Cal-Sag waterway is an industrial, narrow channel, with low bridges, lots of tow boat traffic and muddy water. We spent a couple ...
... easy. The closer we got to the city the more expensive it was. We ended up about 10 miles away from the city at a Days Inn. Hinesh works his British charm and gets us 10% off the price. Thank you Hinesh.
We chill in the room after the long drive until dinner time. We choose Chillis tonight and are served by the nicest waiter we've met. He's sincerely interested in what we have to say and offers up suggestions of what to see. There are two ladies in ...
... river (people who settled there,
river travel, civil war.) The outdoor model of the river was fun too—it flows along the
property and they have plaques telling you about different areas. The model was very
detailed and showed the different depths and twists and turns of the river.
After that at 5pm we drove to our hotel the Residence Inn Downtown Memphis.
We got room 1108 a 2 bedroom suite. After leaving our bags in the room, we drove to
Hello. This morning we were up early and out to tour the city. Our first stop was the Ballpark for a two hour tour of Busch Stadium. Our tour guide Joe was very interesting and had his spiel down very good. Our tour group consisted of 20 people and most were very agreeable and just wanted to enjoy the facts shared by the guide. Except there was one guy who was a die hard St. Louis Cardinals fan and also seemed to be ...
... withTauck. Alaska in 2002. Africa in 2009. Italy in 2011. We love their style. Their hotels and restaurants. Their all-inclusive itineraries. Their travel directors and guides.
Our traveling companions are Dave and Cheryl Morley (St. Louis and Kiawah), friends from Patrick’s days at Monsanto;Joe and Dianna Adorjan (St. Louis, Marco Island, Estes Park), fellow St. Louis U Billikens fans (Dianna and ...