Hampton Inn St. Louis-Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn St. Louis-Airport Saint Ann
Travel Blogs from Saint Ann
... looking at my phone when it happened! When we got almost to St. Louis, we got off the highway to go to a place called Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park. I read this was the best spot to get a picture of the Arch and the St. Louis skyline. When we got there we had the place to ourselves so we got some great photos! We then got back on the road since we still had about 2 1/2 hrs ahead of us before our campsite for the night in the Mark Twain state park near Hannibal, ...
... locks on the Illinois. Our stops along the way included Joliet, Ottawa, Peoria, and Havana, Illinois. Surprisingly, we saw more species of bird life on this part of our voyage than at any other time – sea gulls, while pelicans, bald eagles, hawks, blue and white heron, and numerous song birds. We also got to visit the new Caterpillar Museum and Visitor's Center in Peoria with Rik & Nancy. This is worth a side trip to see if you ...
... just 500 miles, and the reward was great at the end of the road: home.
Mark took the first shift driving. We considered stopping at Catoosa, OK, to see the Blue Whale, an old Route 66 attraction, but we didn’t, because we wanted to get home. We saw the Blue Whale in 2009, harkening back to more innocent attractions: a simple whale with a wide smile and a large tail that served as a dive platform into ...
... looking marshmallow fudge brownies so we got one “to go” to split for breakfast the next day.
Wednesday for breakfast my mother and I split the brownie we got from Rusty’s
last night; it was delicious. It was a brownie with marshmallow and fudge then another
brownie with fudge on top of that. It was definitely a sharable size item. After breakfast
we drove to Natchez via Rte 61 to the Natchez Trace. We stopped along the way at the
... br> Postscript from yesterday’s drive to St. Louis: We didn’t plug in the iPod playlist because we were running late, were stressed and wanted to make sure we got the
directions from the GPS. With the lack of music, my mind kept repeating the last song I heard from my exercise playlist before I left – Robin Thick’s Blurred Lines. Warning – the next sentence contains thoughts that ...