Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Granite City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... artwork and accessible too, as we went to the top later in the day. Its the largest monument in the northern hemisphere. We decided after our visit a big monument would be a good idea for tourism in Sheffield. We thought a massive knife and fork would be appropriate.
After walking around the park we got on a real life Mississippi steamer. I think it was a hybrid. We made our way north and saw many sights along the river. It was really good we learnt a lot in ...
... who, was not pleased as he had said before leaving, "I don't want to drive 300 miles any day of the trip!" Enough said!
I actually wrote this entry last night and just as I clicked to save the draft before adding pictures and a couple of folks to the distribution list, the computer lost the internet connection and I lost the original draft. Hence, the re-write this morning. That now allows me to comment on Pat Smallman's mentioning I ...
... their iron plant) took off.
As they planned expansion of their Bessemer process steel works, they were blocked by the city of St. Louis which did not want the expansion. As well, the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis planned to tax coal crossing the Mississippi River into Missouri.
In 1891, the brothers bought 3,500 acres from the Mississippi River across the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad tracks for their ...
... resident that had visited the cave then returned home to write about Kentucky's "mammoth cave" and the name stuck. We struck out from the cave, and washed the mini in the next town. In an upbeat mood we drove right by our turn and got off course. This didn't bother us much since we where traveling west and we knew St. Louis to be more or less in a western direction. The rest of the day we spent meandering ...
... appreciate, as well as the best views of KC from the Liberty Memorial.
For BBQ, we did our research online and choose Fiorella’s Jack Stack BBQ, downtown behind Union Station, on the railroad tract in the Freighthouse District. It is a sophisticated sauce home, absolutely the best. Unique to Kansas City barbeque is “burnt ends”, meat with crispy edges. The meat can be beef, pork, sausage, turkey, or chicken. It ...