Four Points by Sheraton Fairview Heights

Address: 319 Fountains Parkway, Fairview Heights, Illinois, 62208, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 319 Fountains Parkway, Fairview Heights, is near Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Eckert's Belleville Farm, Fairmount Park, and Kruta Bakery.
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    Travel Blogs from Fairview Heights

    Day after 8 and then 9 and 10

    A travel blog entry by workmule on Aug 31, 2014

    1 photo

    ... somewhere on the East shore.. I will try and find some fuel for the motor and water for my blue Jerry jug... the river has me in a trance... with its whirlpools and gyers....

    Well all I can say to myself is you must be listening to someones good advice else you would have a mind of your own.

    This my friends is covered in the Why don't you clause of lifes ...

    Valigia- baggage

    A travel blog entry by michaela.keele on Aug 29, 2014

    ... the pocket of my purse, I took a little, white envelope. "Do NOT open until on the plan! -Danielle" I smiled at my best friend's large, unique handwriting. I opened the envelope and read the letter enclosed. Those words are imprinted on my heart. I can quote them and point out her grammatical errors, but I won't. I've read the letter dozens of times now and tears come to my eyes each time. ...

    Cahokia Mounds and Another DDD Lunch Stop

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on May 17, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... were constructed from earth dug from "borrow pits" nearby with stone and wood tools and transported in baskets on people's backs. It is estimated that 50 million cubic feet of dirt was moved for mound construction alone. Many mounds were rectangular and served as a base to elevate ceremonial buildings and residences of the elite. Conical and ridge top mounds were used for burials of important people or they marked ...

    Wal-Mart Parking Lot...Knife by my Side

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Nov 12, 2013

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... beans Alexander, mac-n-cheese and coleslaw. As were were waiting at the small ledge looking out the window we discussed the menu item Snoot, which is a smoked pigs snout that is then deep fried. Kaitlyn did not like the sound of that. However, the man smiling behind the counter came out of the kitchen after hearing our discussion to inform us that we would be trying some Snoot tonight. He returned from the kitchen with four pieces of what looked ...

    A Very Not Happy Day

    A travel blog entry by jenni-louise on Mar 26, 2013

    25 photos

    Breakfast this morning consisted of the usual cereal, toast, porridge, fruit and yoghurt, with the addition of self-made waffles. I had a light brekky, and pinched an apple and yoghurt for lunch. Shell spent some time on the pc sorting photos and I printed out a copy of my driver's license for Dollar.

    I had got up this morning thinking I'd be driving today, but I couldn't be added at St Louis; the closest place that is possible ...