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Travel Blogs from Hazelwood
... of Economics in Prague. This will be my new home for the next 4 months. I will be living in an apartment with a friend from high school who is going with me. Anyway, I hope to stay in contact with you all and will be updating this blog regularly with pictures and details. I hope you decide to come on this journey with me! Please stay in touch and feel free to reach out to me! Dublin, here I come! Until next time, ...
... 200 something miles and gone through seven states in two and a half days. And I'm almost to Ohio so eight states. There is an A/C vent blasting freezing cold air on me in Starbucks right now so I'm gonna get going.
Hope everyone is enjoying reading me rant and rave! I'm actually having the time of my life. Being alone on the open road is actually just what I needed.
Lana Del Ray said it nicely:
"We had nothing to lose, nothing to gain, ...
Next we drove through Forest Park and it was frightfully crowded. Even just
driving down the streets was very slow so thankfully we were not looking to park. I can’t
say this was one of the prettier city parks we’ve seen but it sure was one of the busiest.
Then we drove around Washington University which was very nice. The houses along
Lindell Blvd were also very impressive.
Then we drove to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis which ...
... having years to research, plan and obsess over holidays comes in handy it seems!
Check in at the Hampton Inn at the Arch was quick and easy, the reception staff were so friendly and helpful and it was an absolute delight walking in the room, the view was fantastic, looking out on the Arch. We weren't there long though cos we wanted to go out for dinner. My original plan was to spend the night checking out Washington Ave nightlife, maybe find some ...
... around in that went all over the place. We now knew why they sold knee pads at the entrance.
From there we went to the outdoor part that again had all kinds of structures to crawl on and through and if we thought the dome was scary on the rooftop, this time we crawled through a tiny cage tunnel bridge that was about 7 stories in the air. The structure shaked as you climbed through it, again with nothing but a few skinny bars ...
Other places to stay in Hazelwood
9079 Dunn Road, Hazelwood | 2 star hotelfrom $50
5781 Campus Court, Hazelwood | 2 star hotelfrom $62
318 Taylor Rd, Hazelwood | 2 star hotelfrom $70
6065 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Hazelwood | 2 star hotelfrom $62
155 Chapel Ridge Road, Hazelwood | 2 star hotelfrom $62