Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis-Edwardsville
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The day I have been dreading all summer is finally here: moving Max to Saint Louis. He will be staying with my mom for two months while he gets all checked out and approved to fly to New Zealand. I packed up every single last toy I could find (forgoing packing a purse or more than a change of clothes for myself) to make sure he felt at home away from home. Our flight was at 6:50 in the morning and we would take two flights to get to ...
... make up, stretch and flex, and happily make our way to the FREE continental breakfast. The one thing that can make or break my husband's day...does the buffet provide sausage, gravy, and biscuits??? Yep! Winner, winner chicken dinner! We eat to our hearts' content and then head out, bellies full, to our chariot...the Pimp Mobile.
... showing construction from conception to completion, hard to believe they didn't lose any men in the building given it was built in an age that didn't know about harnesses and safety. It was quite confronting watching the way those guys jumped so agilely from beam to beam with no "net".
Hard to beat that but time to move on cos we've got more to see... we jumped back on the ...
... the years which was amazing.
Hitting the road again we traveled for another few hours before going to Springfield to see the house of Abraham Lincoln which was good to see ( we couldn't get inside as the last tickets had gone).
Last bit of the journey was the last 100 miles to St Louis. From about 15miles out you can see the arch and the city sky line which is very impressive.
Arrived at out hotel changed and headed out for a meal at an Irish bar up the road.
... on Route 66. Ok, we were only on it for a mile or so (twice), but it's one of those "must be done" things!
Meal in a great restaurant included a blues singer - imported from Virginia :-)
After our route march / driving / riding / eating and drinking, I can say that St Louis is great. Took to it straight away. Not sure if I could sum up why ... just a vibe I guess. K (funny man), found me somewhere to live. Let's see if ...