Courtyard by Marriott St. Louis Westport Plaza
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... others before arriving at Portland! I will be camping, staying with relatives, staying in Motels, and couchsurfing on the way! I had a great two weeks in St. Louis with my friends and relatives but now it's on the road again! Ciao from me, Vinnie, and Rufus! ...
... all hooked up by 4:45PM in the KOA in Granite City, IL. Once settled and Bruiser had been walked we fulfilled our "commitment" to relax and have a drink before dinner! On to grilled cheeseburgers, tomatoes from our backyard, and carrots. Instead of the usual burger buns, we used Ann M.'s bread. Nothing beats homemade sourdough bread! Thanks for the loaf, Ann!
The only bad news about this first day was that we drove 330 miles. Somebody, ...
... by Claremore OK to see the Orbans - it was SO great to see them again! Cathy, Kelly, and I went for a walk around the neighborhood to get the blood flowing. Then we drank iced tea, ate pineapple upside down cake, and relaxed on the back porch. Ivy and Alana showed us how the dog Jet could jump over an obstacle, and we walked around and said hello to the horses and the chickens. Had to get back on the road, and they had a 4H party to get ready for, so we ...
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Today we traveled over 600 miles and went through some rather boring landscape of corn fields in Indiana and Illinois (no offense to anyone). Weather was great and we landed in St Louis, MO for the night at a Comfort Inn.
Walked a couple blocks to a real trendy neighborhood and ate at ...
... northwards keeping in the shade as much as possible. The street’s buildings mostly date from the early 19th century as St Charles was the first State Capitol of Missouri, itself the 24th State of the Union. The buildings are now home to many unique shops, coffee houses, restaurants, historic attractions, businesses and private residences and include informative state and local information centres. Retreating indoors periodically to escape ...