Extended Stay America - St. Louis - Westport - Central
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us as a Congratulations! We had popcorn, 2 tubs of Ben & Jerrys, lots of chocolate, chocolate covered Pretzels, a bottle of champers and a $20 gift card for a local pizzeria!
MORE FREE STUFF!!!!! AWESOME!!!!!
After a refresh and chocolate scoffing we decided to head out for dinner. By this point it'd got dark and it was quiet. We figured it normal for a Sunday night. We went into the Pizza place we had the voucher for, but as they didn't ...
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... were ordered and we waited most of the afternoon for them to be mounted and installed on the RV.. Towed it with our truck to Big Boys' shop to see if they can fix the hydraulics. Right now we can't use the RV because we can' put the jacks down or the slides out. All our clothes and meds are in the bedroom we can't get to! Could not fix the hydraulics . Then it poured rain... Kind of miserable. Called it quits and left Big Boys shop and found a hotel. Not sure what's ...
... packer and we got the job done in a short time. Bed time!
In the morning Lisa went for a run, and I complained about my leg, still. The answer was clear – we needed to go and see a doctor. I phoned around and sorted the details with the travel insurance company, and then we saw a doctor. The prognosis was just a strained muscle. For this I got a wrap around my leg, and some anti-inflammatories. I looked like an invalid now, but at least ...
... on Route 66. Ok, we were only on it for a mile or so (twice), but it's one of those "must be done" things!
Meal in a great restaurant included a blues singer - imported from Virginia :-)
After our route march / driving / riding / eating and drinking, I can say that St Louis is great. Took to it straight away. Not sure if I could sum up why ... just a vibe I guess. K (funny man), found me somewhere to live. Let's see if ...