Comfort Inn Six Flags St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I left Clinton, Oklahoma around 7:15 am to head for Sullivan, Missouri where I will spend the night. I drove approximately 516 miles today under sunny skies and a chilly breeze.
I decided to stop in Oklahoma City at the bombing site memorial. I knew I was too early to see the museum, but the site itself was chilling. The sun was out, no-one was around, and the stillness was un-nerving. Not a sound but the ...
Well we made it off with no major incidents today. We put 438 miles on the vehicles. Only a couple of backups or is it tailbacks for you foreigners. One seemed a little nasty with a wreck that surely ruined someones holiday. Luckily we had a 25 hour day since we are heading west. I think tomorrow will be harder with more miles. ...
It started raining Saturday morning about 4:00 am and it poured. Needless to say, Brian had to hook up the car in the rain. It rained most of the way to St. Louis but by the time we got there at 3:00 pm it was pretty nice. We met up with Robert and Joyce there. We stayed at the St. Louis West KOA in Pacific Missouri. At 5:00 pm we went into downtown St, Louis, about 30 ...
... at a gate right by the shuttle train) and the flight from Dallas to London went by very quickly. The plane had individual entertainment systems for each person so we were able to choose movies to watch, along with a couple of episodes of "The Office". The food was pretty bad (no surprise) but we brought some snacks ...
... We stopped at the gift shop, wandered through stables areas. Wish we had a guide as we belt like the reverse of a cowpoke in NYC. We headed downtown to the University of Kentucky, taking in the central campus, including the Rupp Arena. We drove around Gratz Park and took in the many Victorian homes nearby. Next we headed down the Bourbon Trail to Bardstown. We passed up LaBrot and Graham in favor of the Maker's ...