Drury Inn & Suites Fairview Heights
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Very happy with this place....1st time at one of these hotels and really like it
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... up, my good friend Brad took me to the Budweiser brewery where we saw where the magic is made, a few Clydesdales, and got two free beers. If you're ever in St. Louis take the Budweiser tour, it's a free tour and you get two free beers at the end to boot. Or if you just want free drinks go too, you don't even have to take the tour to get them. Fun Fact: our tour guide claimed that they brew 2 billion gallons of beer at a time at the St. Louis brewery. Anyone want to fact check her ...
... Springfield, and through to Saint Louis as a pictorial. Whatever narrative that is to be drawn by the viewer will likely be as coherent, if not more so, than our own words might attempt at explaining the pleasantly meandering madness we immersed ourself in throughout the day. Feel free to guess at what might be happening...
We'll be out on Route 66 again by Friday, as we disembark for Tulsa!
My mother was an Alpha Chi Omega at University of Missouri. As a kid, my sister and I learned all her sorority songs and we sang them as we drove places in her red Buick convertible. One song started with the lyric:
"I'm a sheik of the open road, a rolling stone am I."
Later in the song, the lyrics went something like this:
“Some folks like to travel; some go because ...
Having woken up to a storm in the morning, it was time to leave Memphis, to work my way up through the country. I got all packed up and ready to go, knowing I'd need to get a cab to the Greyhound station. So I go to the front desk to ask about how far the Greyhound station is, only to be told by the woman on the desk that she couls take me on the shuttle. Yes they have a shuttle. She went on to tell me that they couldn't teake people into downtown because the taxi companies could report ...
Around two years ago I got interested in the idea of writing
a non-fiction book and self-publishing, something that’s become inexpensive and
quite popular. I researched the process somewhat and considered American
university art museums as a subject since there is no such guide. There’s even
only one that I know of to major art museums across the country, one that’s
helped me in planning some of my travels. ...