CoCo Key Water Resort Hotel & Convention Center - Waterbury
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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This is the 53rd and last entry for this incredible trip. Left the farm in Carlyle, Illinois alone at 5am CST. Jim was only going to share the 1st 3 hours of the ride with me and then head north to his sons college near Toledo. Therefore, leaving together was not mandatory. Snapped a photo of the Huels Farm sign as I exited. It ...
... and soon we were wandering along beautiful tree-lined paths with historic preserved buildings either side.
Soon the penny dropped. We had inadvertently entered the maritime museum without realising and were wandering around not historic Mystic as we thought, but the preserved Seaport for which there is an ...
... New Hampshire its 1120pm travelled about 450 miles. We'll probably rest in NH for the night. Just crossed into New Hampshire at 1230am. New Hampshire has the 'move over law'! Wtheck! Just crossed into Maine! Not even half hour in New Hampshire ! No pic... It happened too quick! Stopped for the night now in Maine at a truck stop. 120am. Bus Driver has quit for the ...
... Alligator (pictured below) where we had
some delicious crepes, as one does in WV.
After that the long haul to St. Louis really began. We made
it to our hotel around 1230am and got a little sleep before heading out to see
Wash. U. where Lindsey went to college.
Route: I-95S, I-287S, I-78W, I-76W, I-70W
Day 1 mileage: 225 mi
Day 2 mileage: 851
... some of them were down pours, but not enough to stop us. Very few times we got caught in traffic jams, and when we did, it was not anything major. We were out of it in less than an hour. Most of the time was due to construction or accidents. And we saw a few.
We spent about $1,500 in fuel, which we figured we got about 14 miles to the gallon on our beast. Last time we towed our 5th wheel, we got about 10 miles to the gallon. So there was ...