Pear Tree Inn Arnold

1201 Drury Lane, Arnold, Missouri, 63010, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1201 Drury Lane, Arnold, is near Mastodon State Historic Site.
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    Travel Blogs from Arnold

    Max's Big Move

    A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 07, 2014

    30 photos

    ... his legs while they ran his bag through the machine (secretly I also just wanted the ladies to tell me how great my cat was, and they obliged). I brought a blanket to cover him with which seemed to help him calm down while we waited at the gate and while he was stuffed under my seat. Max was a champion flyer. He hardly made a peep the whole trip and once we got to Saint Louis, he explored all crevices of my mom's car while we ...

    Carlinville to St Louis on Route 66

    A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 03, 2014

    17 photos

    ... we went waiting for the Wattsers to turn up. It was getting chilly, so we went back to the coffee house for a hot drink & cookies and to access the wifi. Sat in the window seat we could keep a look out. We signed the Route 66 guest book and put a pin in their map, whilst doing so a couple of teenagers came over to ask where we had come from. It was a while before the family arrived, Zoey & Aiden were straight out the car, to come in our car with us for ...

    Will someone just get grandma on Facebook?

    A travel blog entry by nickrackers on May 31, 2014

    ... reluctant. But when am I going to get to do is again? It was totally worth it. Our awesome leader Josephine took us on our tour. We put on jumpsuits, stowed all extra belongings in a locker, put on our safety belts, headsets, and everything was clipped on. We linked onto the static line and started the journey. The groups are small and you get to know your party because it's only 12 people. A young couple from Melbourne was in front of me and we chatted like ...

    Dont judge a book by it's cover.

    A travel blog entry by oliviaallwin on Feb 08, 2014

    ... questions, but we didn't tell him. So instead he locked us up in dungeon but we got a full meal. The wood elves were so much different then us. All they eat is green foods and they keep their guests in a dungeon. After two weeks I heard Bilbo. I knew he wouldn't betray us! He came up with a brilliant plan to escape. I started to think about Bilbo and how he probably was invisible for the whole time we were in that dungeon. That must have been awful! He is starting to fit in well ...

    A Midwestern/Southern Mix

    A travel blog entry by pavelmichaelusa on Sep 12, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... of vision that is the Gateway Arch. Not only is the structure amazing, but its corresponding park is too. Throw in a rather remarkable old courthouse dedicated to the Dred Scott case, and you have a perfectly-executed monument--one that shows modernity and history; gesture and narrative. We learned while visiting the monument that the architect of the project, Eero Saarinen, had made a career out of futuristic design, and when ...