Country Inn & Suites St. Peters
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Leaving St. Louis and embarking on my epic 5 day road-trip to Portland, Oregon! I will be stopping at Lawrence and Hays, Kansas, Colorado Springs and Elizabeth and Denver, Colorado, Moab and Salt Lake City, Utah, Boise, Idaho, and Colombia River Gorge, Oregon ...
... us. Some have asked if Bruiser is along on the trip and the answer is a resounding YES! Not sure how he will adjust but here goes.
We left Navy Circle at 8:45 with the temperature a pleasant 79 degrees.
I was told we would stop for brunch in two hours at a place where you can order Mama's Pancake Breakfast, Eggs in a Basket, Fresh Start Sampler, etc. as well as shop the "country store". Ya'll know what I'm talking about. However, we ...
... Got through St. Louis... biggest town I drove through so far... and stayed the night in St. Peters at a Drury Inn. A real nice place.
Scorecard Day 1
2 hours 20 min - 49.5 hours to go
5 playing cards left (4 at the house before I left - 1 at the hotel) - 47 to go
6.5 hours of book on audio - 45.5 to go (this is going to be a piece of cake)
6 stops - 46 to go (another piece of cake between gas, food and the bathroom!)
... found weapons. We took what we needed and left. After leaving the trolls cave we started the journey again. While we were walking, a few elves came up to us and invited us into their castle. Once we were in there we meet Elrond. He was the great chief elf. He was very helpful. He told us what our weapons were and what they were from. He also helped us by reading Thorin's map for us. He was very helpful because he revealed for us how to open the secret entrance to lonely ...
... open to a tiny little tram with five tight seats (Robert had to hunch over for the ride up). The ride was about four minutes long to get up the 630ft (which is taller than the Statue of Liberty). The Arch shaped monument was built to honor the explorers that helped to expand the country to the west. At the top there were 16 tiny windows on each side that allowed us to look down. When we looked down we could see ...