Comfort Inn & Suites Chesterfield
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Comfortable Hotel minutes from the Butterfly House. Wanted to stay outside of St Louis for easy escape
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Today was supposed to be just a travel day to St Louis so we would be poised to enter St Louis in the morning and far enough outside the city to facilitate escape the next day without the morning traffic. So we're actually staying in Chesterfield, Missouri, about 20 miles west of the city. We expected to be here about 1 o'clock, and looked for …
Today was another tourist day. It was only 20 minutes into St Louis, and judging by the commuter traffic, I was glad we decided to stay on the outskirts. First stop was the St Louis Zoo, and I'm not sure why they have such a great zoo here, but it is a great zoo. It's also free! There is a $15 parking charge, but that's still cheap. The zoo opened …
... railroad, and in Illinois this proved to be strictly true. Most of the way I was following the dilapidated telegraph line and railroad, and fortunately, the Illinois route 66 association had signpost the way very well.
The main sights of Illinois are fields of corn as far as the eye can see, and those picturesque little towns like you see in the movies. I soon enough found the restored gas station in Dwight and ...
Another tough day on the horse. We left early this morning (5 am) to try to beat the heat and the humidity which has been a problem since we got into Missouri. We left Jefferson City and took a scenic route which was a pleasure, a line of trees on the left side of the road and expansive fields of beans on the right with flat roads. We sailed for the first couple of ...
... there it was! Not quite how it was described, and for fear of losing all our valuables, we decided to not 'eat-rite' and we headed off to a more trusted establishment.
Having had dinner at our favourite Denny's resturant, we then left our beloved Route 66 to go off on our first detour to Memphis, the home of the King! Travelling south for a few hours on what was a very straight, dull and fast road we reached our accomodation for the night. It was a Days Inn motel that was ...