Hampton Inn St Louis/Chesterfield
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... going to pass this guy when I realized he was pulling away from me. He's hitting speeds of 65 mph on these twisty back roads - speed limit 55 - towing a bass boat, and I'm thinking "Hell, I'm on a MOTORCYCLE and he's TOWING A BASS BOAT. I should be able to keep up!" He obviously knew the roads, so I thoroughly enjoyed the spirited ride for about 20 miles on MO-8E until he finally turned off. I managed to keep up for most of the ...
... along and at the end it is more industrial and there is a wildlife sanctuary with lots of
birds. Today was another Burger King lunch. One thing we noticed driving around were
the daiquiri shacks. I’m wondering if they must sell other things other than daiquiris
since many of them had drive through windows. I’ve never heard of alcoholic beverages
being dispensed from a drive through, so maybe these places serve other things?!
Then we drove over to the ...
... there are the many symbols of kitsch Americana, as well as all the tiny towns that dot the corn fields of Central Illinois, but there were so many alternate historical routes converging with modern routes and then back, that it made getting sidetracked rather easy--which did provide for great photos.
So, in keeping with the inexplicable nature of the route, we are posting today's journey ...
... even if the rest of the city is a dump, and the ball game was quite an experience. I expected baseball to be a simple sport, but I was totally bewildered as to what was going on, even though the score was only 4, 4 to errr, somebody, I couldn't work it out. Again, I seemed to make friends with a couple to my right, who explained the rules, and ended up speaking to them for the best part of 2 hours. Worth every cent.
... left. We’ll have to keep to our 50 miles or more targets though as we don’t want to end up having to make up time with 100 miles days as we did in Malaysia.
Looking back at the blog, we realised we’ve not had a day off for 14 days, something which probably explains our lethargy and the harrowing extent of my chaffing. I think the thing that I’m most looking forward to on our return is not having to put half a pot of ...