Days Inn Springfield - South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Busch Brewery for the tour. It was just down the road from the Arch. We walked into the visitor center and a tour was just starting. No waiting again. Very good tour. And of course the beer at the end wasn't to bad. I was hot again so we set there for awhile in the shade. They had a 30 Model A truck in the lobby so of course we looked it over. It was time to head for Springfield, IL. And of course I got us into East St. Louis which is a real depressed area. My Garmin ...
We are leaving tomorrow for our great adventure west on the Lewis & Clark Trail. We're not sure how long we will be gone, planning for 3 months. It's our first trip without a deadline, so meandering is the way we're going. We have a general plan in mind, but are free to take side trips if we want. Our "tiny house" on wheels will provide for "real" togetherness. Hopefully, it won't prove to be too much togetherness. I don't want ...
... Reel Big Fish, Less Than Jake and Millencolin i couldnt of picked a better selection myself! In exchange for our help The General (the guy whos house it was and bowl it was to be) fired up the bbq and we got some gigantic pork steaks. All this good food and music is making me start thinking about going out, apart from the karaoke night in Miami iv not really had a proper night out. Mikels keen and Kaleb is cool to go with the flow. Angie who is the mother of ...
... to end the day - Italian cuisine and a few glasses of wine.
The night was spent at the Lodge at Grant's Trail, a bed and breakfast located in the southern area of St. Louis. We were the only guests (and the only people) in the nine room lodge so it was a bit unsettling, but very cozy. Once we nodded off, there was no care in the world that we were alone.
... again at the Gateway Arch and saw an exhibition underneath it on the Westward Expansion of America - basically how the white americans took away the Indian's land and broke various Peace Treaties with them.
Then headed on across the flood swollen Mississippi into Illinois and a short 100 mile drive to Springfield, home of Abe Lincoln. Still raining and temps in the 40's. ...