Drury Inn & Suites O'Fallon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Laclede whose landing on the riverside the placename commemorates. Further down the river, where the Arch stands is where Mr Laclede set up the settlement of St Louis.
We walked on to Broadway where we got brekkie. Just as we were about to leave the heavens opened. It was like nothing we'd ever seen before, but apparently they get extremes quite regularly. After the rain had stopped and the thunder moved on we walked to the arch.
The Arch or ...
... 60's and 70's. The only thing I really cared about seeing in Nashville was the Ryman. We got there about 2:35 and they had just closed 5 minutes earlier for a show they were doing at night. We walked around the outside and took pictures at least. It was probably just as well so we didn't have to go through Nashville at rush hour. Traffic was already bad enough. Nashville was pretty interesting. Even ...
... yep definitely cold. By this time I was getting a little peckish and as we walked up to the Galleria Mall I saw a Cheesecake Factory so I suggested we head in there for a hot chocolate to warm up. I've read about the Cheesecake Factory time and time again on TripAdvisor and to tell the truth I'd never really been driven to seek one out even though they get rave reviews but I'm just not that taken by cheesecake, I mean I'll eat it but I wouldn't ever actually order it if given ...
... right after the sun set my tent was buzzed by a bunch of bats for several minutes – they got close enough that I could hear their wings flapping as they went by. I hope they got that stupid mosquito that spent most of the evening exploring my left ear.
Today was an exciting day for me as an architecture geek because I got to see two buildings by famous, but somewhat obscure, architects. Actually, they are far from obscure – Tadao Ando ...
... railroad, and in Illinois this proved to be strictly true. Most of the way I was following the dilapidated telegraph line and railroad, and fortunately, the Illinois route 66 association had signpost the way very well.
The main sights of Illinois are fields of corn as far as the eye can see, and those picturesque little towns like you see in the movies. I soon enough found the restored gas station in Dwight and ...