Fairfield Inn Fenton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Leaving St. Louis and embarking on my epic 5 day road-trip to Portland, Oregon! I will be stopping at Lawrence and Hays, Kansas, Colorado Springs and Elizabeth and Denver, Colorado, Moab and Salt Lake City, Utah, Boise, Idaho, and Colombia River Gorge, Oregon ...
... all hooked up by 4:45PM in the KOA in Granite City, IL. Once settled and Bruiser had been walked we fulfilled our "commitment" to relax and have a drink before dinner! On to grilled cheeseburgers, tomatoes from our backyard, and carrots. Instead of the usual burger buns, we used Ann M.'s bread. Nothing beats homemade sourdough bread! Thanks for the loaf, Ann!
The only bad news about this first day was that we drove 330 miles. Somebody, ...
... because he knew Thorin would take it back. But right after that, a war broke out. The goblins and wargs had found us. But we won! Thorin died un, but we buried him with his Arkenstone. Afterwards we found that Bilbo had been unconscious but he woke up and got his share. Bilbo Baggins got his share of gold and left with Gandalf, to go back to his shire. He ...
... met the Dalmatian mascot, Bud. The Meramac Caverns in Stanton, Missouri were beautiful......walked a mile through the caverns....half of it uphill.....more dang exercise. Missouri is a beautiful state....the northwestern portion in the foothills of the Osark mountains. Spending the night in Rolla, Missouri......heading towards Joplin ...
... us to inquire of our ride, while TVs were replaying great plays
from the STL Cardinals the night before.
We enjoyed a draught beer and decided to head out. As I opened the door to leave, I told the
bartender that I liked his T-shirt. It
read; “I’m not good with names. Can I
just call you *******?” He said, “It’s
my uniform.” Fair enough.
west of Soulard and were soon on the ...