Drury Inn & Suites Fairview Heights
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDrury Inn & Suites Fairview Heights
Very happy with this place....1st time at one of these hotels and really like it
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... complete with some raisins and canned mandarin orange slices thrown in for a filling slop bucket of gruel... I even sprinkled cinnamon on top... I singed the hairs on my forearm with the stove... It made for an odd fragrance....
I am so happy I have a following River..........
... Woodland Indians. From AD 800-1000, the Mississippian culture began as highly structured communities arose with complex ranked social and political systems. Corn, squash and seed-bearing plants grew in abundance due to cultivation and agricultural abilities of the Indians.
After AD 1050, Cahokia became a regional center surrounded by farmsteads, villages, and satellite towns. The area peaked from AD ...
We finally got back on the road late afternoon and decided we would drive to St. Louis to stay for the evening. As we arrived in St. Louis around 8:00p we knew we wanted some BBQ for dinner. What we found was Smoki O’s BBQ. We pulled off the highway into a less than friendly looking neighborhood, 90% of the buildings were either falling down, boarded up or in need of some serious repair. Smoki’s sat at the corner of a dark industrial ...
At 12:45 am they crossed into Illinois, said it was hard to see in the dark but there were some pretty bridges to cross over the Ohio River. Five hrs down and ??? to go.
At about 2 am the crew made a pit stop for refueling both the car and the people. They ...
... the room was easily the nicest yet and really well appointed. Never judge a book by its cover!
Now the next part of this blog (I wander what blog stands for?) will be coming from a very hazy memory, whilst walking to the arch we past a bar which said ‘happy hour’ so me and laura decided a drink before the tour would just be the ticket. It was a big sports bar staffed by ladies in tight t-shirts and hot pants, I hated it as it was degrading to women but ...