Hampton Inn and Suites-Chesterfield
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... was great fun! So much fun, in fact, that it took 20 miles to figure out it should have been MO-32E and not MO-32W. Oh well, out came the iPhone and the Mapquest and we soon heading out on MO-19N and MO-8E to get back on course. All were great roads and great fun on the bike. Most of the time we had the roads to ourselves, but there was a time on MO-8E where we got behind some redneck towing a bass boat. So I'm trying to figure out how ...
... a running race going down Decatur St, so
we had to wait about 15 min before we could get back across to the other side to get
back to the hotel. We then picked up the car and drove across the river and then down LA 23 to the river delta, just to see what was down there. I was surprised by how many
people live down that road. We expected it to be less populated; at the start it is very
residential and there are citrus groves. It does get less populated as you go ...
The snaking, narrow, ill-equipped historical mega-road that is known as Route 66 was our only agenda today. We knew that the kitsch, the low speeds, and the endless roadside diversions would seriously slow down our progress from Chicago to Saint Louis, but we did not realize that the convoluted nature of the beast would also keep our slow tack certain.
Slowness aside, the famed highway is pretty awesome. ...
... of Springfield at all even though the damn I-55 goes right along side it.
I did make the side trip to the original route 66 from 1926-1930 to see the old cobbled road, which was worth it, but eventually made it to St Louis before dark. The gateway arch can be seen from miles away in is absolutely enormous, its a gorgeous monument to say the least. Again, America takes a lot of effort to make its downtown areas ...
... afternoon we’ve spent time in the business suite planning a way out of town which avoids the supposedly 'deadly’ district of East St. Louis. A friendly chap in there reckoned that probably crime rates are down due to extreme heat keeping people inside, but we think we won’t risk it anyway! As far as the route ahead to New York goes, we’ve got about 1100 miles left, a distance which should be fairly straightforward in the 25 days ...