Econo Lodge Southwest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Sunset Hills
... slips the ring on before they caught him. We were taken into their castle and locked up. We were in there for two weeks before bilbo came up with a plan. He took the keys from a guard who was sleeping and got all of us out and then returned the key. He told us all to get into the barrels and that we would float down stream to lake ...
... Tim talked a local pizza delivery guy into taking us to the nearest local place to enjoy some relaxation, food, and cold beverages. While there, we met another couple who also loved to ride, and Dave insisted on giving us a ride back to our hotel so again we had no need for a taxi.
Today, we see the Archway in St. Louis and then head off toward Illinois...
By the way, is today Thursday ?
... another 8 minutes or so the dang elevators arrive.
The elevators are kind of cool. If you've never been there, it's like a ferris wheel and the elevators are little round compartments that look ALOT like a front-load washing machine. You get in and it really feels like Willy Wonka is going to hop in with an oompa-loompa and take you to the chocolate waterfall. Which would have been really cool. Instead the doors opened up to a ...
Saturday 9-17-2011 St Louis
I tossed & turned last night. I was awake off and on most of the night – excitement, worry, and sadness over knowing tomorrow we would be leaving my baby – Simon – the world's most spoiled Yorkie – for 19 nights. What will he do without us?? After yet another last minute stop at Wal-Mart (I have a love-hate relationship with Wal-Mart), a trip to the bank and the post office, lots ...
... the day was the burger for brunch and we thought that Ted Drewes was a diner so we were planning to eat our dinner in there. When we arrived it was just a takeaway ice cream store. You ordered your ‘concrete’ through a window and it was handed to you. It was packed outside and we had trouble finding a parking space. We parked the car next to a hydrant which didn’t bother Claire but had me on edge as I had images of seeing the car get towed down the road. ...