Hampton Inn Columbia
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Oh spring break! I had been looking forward to this for a long time. I actually made a small geography unit for my class based off of my excitement to travel!
Here are my highlights:
Missouri Botanical Garden - I love botanical gardens. The Climatron was very nice. My favorite was the Mediterranean climate. The architecture and …
... at Busch Stadium. Of course, Melina was injured and didn't play in tonight's game and the Cardinals lost 9-1 but it was a beautiful night to be at a baseball game. It was fun to explore a new stadium. Busch Stadium is also another "notch" in Steve and Will's quest to see as many ballparks as possible. Tomorrow, we're continuing our trek eastward with a stop in Lexington, ...
Four Midwestern states today (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Missouri), endless fields of corn, car games, and we finally crossed the mighty Mississippi and arrived at the St. Louis Cardinals stadium. It was a sea of red and lots of fun, but the Cards lost to the Pirates. The arch ...
Pulled into Kathy & Gary's driveway on Thursday afternoon to their usual warm greeting - it always feels as though we've just left! Their neighborhood is bright spring green, and our evening rides around the countryside produced many pictures of deer, swans, llamas, a fox, and every ...
... was mainly the architecture I looked at.
From there, I caught the metro up to Delmare and walked 'The Delmare Loop.' I don't mean to be rude, but I have to say this was the straightest loop I have ever walked. It is, in fact, a street. Granted, a very nice street with little bars, food places, a statue of Chuck Berry and a Planet Walk, which is like a scale model of the solar system along the street. But straight it irrifutably is. Whilst I was there, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed