Bridgeport Inn

Address: 4199 N Lindbergh, Hazelwood, Missouri, 63044, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 4199 N Lindbergh, Hazelwood, is near The Loop, Casino at Harrah's Hotel - Maryland Heights, Bigfoot 4 x 4 Inc, and James S. McDonnell Prologue Room.
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Travel Blogs from Hazelwood

Bo's Hollow and Akers Ferry

A travel blog entry by 1930ford on Jun 10, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... to where I started. The ferry had a 2 HP electric motor to pull it back and forth. We took lots of pictures. Then we were off to Bo's Hollow. Mom Lynn and son Mark seem to run the place. They have a "30's Gas station and a little village with a Barber shop, Post office, Telegraph office, General store, Jail and Smoke House that sold beef jerky. We took a tour of the property and shop were they restore Model A's. Right now Dave is working on restoring a Vicky. ...

We got it!!!

A travel blog entry by brnzbk on Jun 07, 2015

11 photos

... not unhook the camper from the truck. After many phone calls and four other campers helping me one of the guys figured out a way to by-pass the controller and about five hours later (9:00pm) we got set-up, camper leveled and slides out, whew what a day. It took me longer to get set-up then it did to drive from Ohio to St. Louis. So it's Sunday the 7th and we are putting things away hooking up everything and actually enjoying our new camper. We're supposed to have severe ...

I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet

A travel blog entry by exert on Aug 14, 2014

1 photo

... color: rgb(204, 204, 221);">Have you created a life for yourself where you can experience them?
I have. I am f**king crazy.
But I am free."


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Cahokia Mounds and Another DDD Lunch Stop

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on May 17, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... Most inhabitants were buried in cemeteries as opposed to mounds.

The centerpiece was Monks Mound. It is the largest prehistoric earthen construction in the Americas. It contains an estimated 22 million cubic feet of earth. The base is more than 14 acres and rises to a height of 100 feet. A large building stood at the top where the principal chief lived, conducted ceremonies, and governed.

The main ...

An Arch and a Stadium

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... in it but it was ginger and very alcoholic and also very yummy! We were sitting chatting, drinking, people watching oh and did I say drinking? and a chick came up and asked us if we wanted to join in the Trivia that was starting.. ummm... we suck at trivia.. no problem, it's all fun... ok.... well we called ourselves Whisky Tango Foxtrot (stolen from a team on the cruise cos we thought it ...

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