Casino Queen Hotel And RV Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasino Queen Hotel And RV Park East Saint Louis
I stayed at the RV Park for 3 nights. I bit expensive but they increased the prices for the 4th of July weekend. I was most happy with the location just across the Eads bridge to downtown St. Louis and the Arch. The only problem with the location itself was that it was isolated and only had the Casino close by. No other restaurants or other places to go since the area is fairly industrialized along the riverfront.
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July 2, 2015I went back to Hartford this morning because they have a
150’ viewing tower across the river from the Missouri River confluence. The receptionist took me up the elevator to
landings at 50’, 100’ and 150’. I could
really see the extent of the current Mississippi flooding which extended far
the west …
... of "The Arch" in St. Louis (from the train windows).
I didn't take as many pictures on the return trip, partly because of the overcast weather and some rain. Plus, it somehow is less interesting on the return phase of the journey!!
Our first stop this morning was the gateway arch in St. Louis. Which is a wonderful monument which can be seen for miles . We did think we wouldn't be stopping to visit the arch as when we turned up the RV parking was 6ft underwater!! So we just abandoned the van on some waste ground ...
Once again crossing the mighty Mississippi into St Louis and down the the gateway arch, the massive landmark on the shore of the Mississippi and one hell of a sight to see. So once I looked around the outside I decided to venture underneath to view the museum, great in theory however entry was worse than going through airport security and the queue was ridiculous. Once inside though it was a ...
We had a storm last night and figured we would have to travel in the rain today, but luckily it stopped in the early morning hours, and by the time we pulled out at 9:45 the sun was shining, the temperature was already 79 degrees and the humidity (shudder!!) was 76%!! Our drive was almost immediately back into driving past farms and fields.
We didn't go very far at all because our first stop was 20 miles down the road at Fulton, Missouri, thanks to the ...