Comfort Inn -- Alton
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... lost it again, and managed to find it once again. We followed it more or less all the way from Rolla to Saint Louis. But not enough! We didn't feel like going to a big city, yet. So we drove past Saint Louis, crossed the Mississippi over to Illinois and saw the confluence of the Missouri and the Mississppi. Quite beautiful and majestic! We spent the Night in Alton after a very good steak at ...
... of Missouri. Clad in stainless steel and built in the form of a flattened catenary arch, it is the tallest man-made monument in the United States, Missouri's tallest accessible building, and the world's tallest arch. ...
... ressie was made last week. While Patrick was trying to book the hotel he was surprised that he couldn't find any rooms in St Louis. This was when we realized that this particular Saturday night was the night of the world series game in St Louis. Our hotel is located about ...
... Illinois. Not even the guide maps mentioned this one, but I had seen a picture on the internet years ago and had saved it.
At Mount Olive, Illinois (no 'mount' visible either here or for miles around all day long), we stopped at Soulsby Service Station and I could see that the tree that had grown up through the discarded car ramp outside had grown a little thicker since 2005.
During most of the afternoon we were 'Frontage-roading' on Route 66 beside ...
... have more than their fill of fireflies before the journey is through.
No serious quarrels with the kids. We all are getting along. We are getting into a travelling groove. The older kids are looking out for the younger ones, and we seem to be maintaining some family unity. It's still early in our travels, but I have a bit of optimism that this could turn out to be a great family building ...