Hampton Inn Collinsville
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... photo of it, so I wonder if I managed to!
What we did observe was the amount of lovely green parks throughout the city. But trying to ...
... was to arrive on the riverfront in St Louis before 12 noon and take a bus tour of St Louis which I did. The bus tour lasted 1 1/2 hrs and showed a lot of the attractions/museums/history etc and was good value for the money. A lot of the museums, attractions and the Zoo are free of charge to get in. If one was to come to St Louis to sightsee one would need at least a week. After I went over to see the Gateway Arch ...
... on the route, the weather became really overcast, dark grey and looked like it was about to belt down any second. The radio station we were listening to gave thunderstorm and tornado warnings!!!!!!! Eeeeeeeeeek We then decided to hop back onto the interstate i55 until Springfield as its the capital of Illinois. Once we realised we had now been on the road for 6hrs and still had 125 miles to go, we went back onto i55 again (some of which is actually Route 66 too). As soon ...
... I had a Bud Light Lime (I have to confess I have developed a slight taste for Bud Light) which I thought might be a bit manky, but tasted a lot better than a pint with a dash of cordial which was how I used to drink lager. Oh, the innocent days of childhood, and a Shock Top which I really wasn't keen on, but when I pulled a face the guy took pity on me and gave me a normal Bud instead! When I had finished, I had a look around the Budweiser museum, which ...
... University when I was considering
where to apply to college but was not very enthused about its Midwest
geography. I had my heart set on going to a good university in the South.
I took a long wander around Washington University’s
beautiful campus. It’s one of those elite private universities that looks like
it’s “Ivy League”, although that term truly only applies to the eight