Drury Inn St. Louis Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... is a Roman Catholic church located in the St. Clair County, Illinois city of Cahokia. Built in 1799 to replace a similar church built in 1699, it is a log building constructed of black walnut timbers in the traditional French Colonial "poteaux-sur-solle" (post-on-sill) vertical-log construction style, the Log Church is only one of five built in this style that still exist in North America. The church was declared a National Historic Landmark and added to ...
... others for their supplies. We relaxed on our iPods back in the room, with Aiden not drawing breath from talking. We were waiting for them to get back so we could get Aiden's pj's. The boys made up the sofa bed together, just as the Wattsers returned at 9.30 pm, with mountains of shopping. Popping over to their room to get aiden's pj's and to have a night cap. Marra made us a frozen pineapple smoothie with coconut rum in, so delicious you would not have thought it ...
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 ...
... pretty. The
mosaics inside were beautiful. Basically, that style of church is a little over done for my
taste, but it was still easy to appreciate the workmanship that went into it.
We drove to the Shaved Duck for dinner and were able to park right out front. We
got there right before it got busy and had no wait! I had the walnut and blue cheese
brown sugar cured bacon which I loved and my parents split the cornbread. My father
had the Boss with ...
... bad weather) and Russian Mig aircraft and this was their only point of contact with a good outlook. We then continued to Williamsville where two railway carriages were being used as a local museum with stories about the local people. Inside were about ten people sat round a table putting the world to right, all old enough to be my mum or dad. They had the bit between their teeth as a high speed train was planned through their town and would close their museum. (Where ...