Hampton Inn St. Louis/Fairview Heights
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... of the boats and some original tools and artifacts from the journey.
St. Charles is also on the Katy trail which is a bike/hiking trail that runs across Missouri from near the Mississippi, then along the Missouri river and ends about 200 miles west of St. Charles. I will be traveling close to it for the next couple of days and I was able to ride a few miles of it today.
... 200 something miles and gone through seven states in two and a half days. And I'm almost to Ohio so eight states. There is an A/C vent blasting freezing cold air on me in Starbucks right now so I'm gonna get going.
Hope everyone is enjoying reading me rant and rave! I'm actually having the time of my life. Being alone on the open road is actually just what I needed.
Lana Del Ray said it nicely:
"We had nothing to lose, nothing to gain, ...
... 66 TV series, Joe was so tired he turned in and I headed downstairs for a quick dinner. The bistro gradually got very busy with Cardinals fans leaving the game. They didn't seem too lively or excited so I'm not sure the team was doing very well. I later found out that they had already won two of three consecutive games, so this last game was a "dead rubber". That ended another day on the road, one state down with us entering Missouri and 7 to ...
... We started talking to the server and told him I'd found them on TripAdvisor and just had to come and try them out.. The owner ended up coming over to talk to us and they gave us the most divine chocolate brownie with salted caramel ice cream which so so lovely gesture but I think they loved the fact we'd come all the way from Australia to eat their pizza. Straight back to the Hotel after dinner for a reasonably early night. Tomorrow we get to explore St Louis.
I'm thinking of getting some ear plugs. There were some late arrivals during the night and their voices bounced up and down the motel corridor and squeezed under our door. However, if I had worn ear plugs to bed, I wouldn't have heard the horn of trains passing through town. That sound is one of my very favourite American things and I will never tire of hearing it.
Having left the Chicago area yesterday, we were well-placed for a whole day of Route 66 without having to first ...