Budget Host Inn Hazelwood
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... for coffee in the Refuge Coffee shop. I enjoyed a caramel mocha, andy had a cappuccino. It was a new and trendy coffee bar with sofas and comfy chairs, so we sat ourselves in the corner looking like a front room with a burning fireplace. Afterwards we walked around the square and into the bank. The ATM was out the back, we couldn't find it at first, this being it was a drive thru bank with machines set up like in a petrol station, very bizarre. Around and around ...
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... the bedroom, 2 bathrooms and a
separate living area with pull out couch.
Our 6pm dinner reservation tonight was at Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse. This is
one of our favorite restaurants from previous trips. I think we got the same table we got
the last time. I got a chocolate martini, my mother got a margarita and my father got one
of their specialty cocktails. The bread they bring is a nice crusty bread with soft inside.
For the appetizer we all ...
We finally got back on the road late afternoon and decided we would drive to St. Louis to stay for the evening. As we arrived in St. Louis around 8:00p we knew we wanted some BBQ for dinner. What we found was Smoki O’s BBQ. We pulled off the highway into a less than friendly looking neighborhood, 90% of the buildings were either falling down, boarded up or in need of some serious repair. Smoki’s sat at the corner of a dark industrial ...