Drury Plaza Hotel St. Louis - Chesterfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... great riding day. Routes US-60E and MO-34E were nothing special, but the scenery improved significantly when we hit MO-21N. We even ran into a working Drive-In Theater on Route 21 called, originally enough, the "21 Drive In". For $8.00 you could see not only Perfect Pitch 2, but also Paul Blart Mall Cop 2. Talk about your culture overload!
Then on to MO-49N and MO-32W which were as scenic as MO-21N, but much more hills and ...
... and has
toasted coconut sprinkled in the sauce. If you like coconut, this is your cake.
After dinner I walked around some more and got a pina colada from one of the
many shops on Bourbon Street. New Orleans at night affords many photo opportunities.
Saturday we walked over to Cafe du Monde for cafe au lait and beignets. The
last time we tried a couple different places for beignets and decided that we liked the
ones from Cafe du Monde best. ...
... got me back into Missouri and to go back I would have to pay a toll (not likely). So I stopped at a MacDonalds to check my e-mail to see if the guy from BMW had sent me anything and he had. He really wanted to see my bike so that he knew he was going to order the right part for me. So a mad dash to St Louis was in order and I made it by 3:30pm which was 1/2 an hour before his deadline. Oh well, I'll go back to Hannibal tomorrow.
... an electrical fault. It kept blowing a fuse and wouldn't charge the GPS, which was OK on 66, but would be a nightmare finding my way in St Louis. I had to call in the harley dealership in Springfield for a quick fix, and due to lost time, had to take the dreaded interstate down to St Louis. When you take the interstate for the first time you seriously realise the difference. It fast, but dreadfully boring, I didn't even see ...
... to see some friendly, familiar faces. I need to go to bed now as we are once again getting up at 4:15 am, third day in a row!
Again, does this sound like a vacation!!!
John is running a day behind with his statistics so this is for yesterday:
Total Miles: 133.7 Avg. Speed: 14.3 MPH Ride Time: 9 Hours & 22 Minutes Calories Burned: 7,684 Elevation: 5,984 feet, ...