Comfort Inn & Suites Downtown
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So, it occurred to me I had to leave for this trip very last minute.
I am an amazing trip planner, but somehow threw myself through this
doozy. Best advice I can give to fellow travelers: avoid booking
your hotel ahead of time. I mean, if you are going to a weekend
event that is annual or somewhat popular nationally, different story.
My story? I woke up an hour later than ...
Today we took on the mighty Verruckt at Schlitterbahn. The worlds tallest water slide with a 168 foot drop. That's higher than the Statue of Liberty and Niagara Falls. You have to climb 250+ stairs to get to the top. Had to drive 11 hours yesterday to make it to Kansas. It was worth the ...
We shopped at Costco today to get food for camping and we got even more excited. We met up later that evening to start packing the car. Even after a midnight run to Walmart, surprisingly we got everything packed! We didn't even have to carry things in our laps! We set off at 3am after getting pumped up from the Lizzie McGuire Movie. We are ready to take on the adventure of tomorrow's road ...
... The other problem with Kansas is the people. I hate to generalize like this but for the sake of the story, I will go ahead and do just that. You would think that Kansas would be the easiest and safest driving of the whole trip. Well, you would be wrong. Every driver entering the highway seems to have been doing it for the first time. For whatever reason, on ramps present a big problem for the people of Kansas. They all seem to make to one of ...
... almost non-existent. I guess they don't camp much in southern Illinois!), so we stayed in a Best Western in Nashville, IL, about 30 miles shy of St. Louis. Had a nice view of the post-storm sky and a little pond out our back window.
We hit the road Wednesday morning and made St. Louis by mid-morning. We drove right by the St.Louis Arch as we crossed over the Mississippi River. Of course, the section of highway entering downtown St. Louis ...