Henry VIII Hotel
Travel Blogs from Bridgeton
... heading west and we would get there. When we left Fiona's parents castle we went to a tavern right outside the castle and went inside to freshen up. Inside were a few of Lord Farquaad knights and they were there looking for us! Fiona and Donkey waited outside while Bilbo went in wearing the ring, which transformed him into a knight. Bilbo asked the other knights where to ...
... away. They needed Bilbo because he had a special ring that allowed him to transform into different people and they were hoping to have him transform into Lord Farquaad and find out where Shrek was. Bilbo declined because he was scared that he might get hurt but also thought of his smelly, mean neighbor that always yelled at him. So ...
... For I know now it is there that my heart truly belongs. It is there where I could truly be myself. All throughout the quest with the dwarves and the hobbit, whenever I thought of home, I was truly thinking of Wonderland. The Mad Hatter was the first to greet me and I enveloped him in hugs and apologized again and again. He forgave me all too easily; they all did. I announced that I had beaten the Jabberwocky and The Red Queen's ...
I left Flagstaff after a mere 25 hours, the departing train was a bit late due to a collision with an elk, and now I'm on my way to St. Louis. This leg was particularly eventful because my train had about a dozen Amish making their way back home from three weeks in Tijuana... And no it wasn't for an epic stag party. Apparently Amish sometimes travel to Mexico for medical care and they were on their way back home to New York. Only three more days of train travel for them.
... I said in the (overly!) long introduction to this trip, was the first 'joined up road' in the US, but Route 66 is the more famous and special.
We were about to starting driving through the small towns of 'Main street America', but not before an unforeseen diversion OFF the very road we were following. Just on the edge of Dwight, Illinois, we came upon a huge JCB shovelling up Route 66 and putting it in the back of an enormous lorry. The guy on the ground with the hazard jacket ...
Other places to stay in Bridgeton
11228 Lone Eagle Drive, Bridgeton | 3 star hotelfrom $92
3551 Pennridge Dr, Bridgeton | 1 star hotelfrom $67
4530 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Bridgeton | 2 star hotelfrom $76
3400 Rider Trail South, Bridgeton | 3 star hotelfrom $85
11237 Lone Eagle Drive, Bridgeton | 3 star hotelfrom $112
3099 Rider Trail South, Bridgeton | 3 star hotelfrom $105
3470 Hollenberg Drive, Bridgeton | 1 star hotelfrom $49
11252 Lone Eagle Drive, Bridgeton | 2 star hotelfrom $58
4575 North Lindbergh Boulevard, Bridgeton | Hotelfrom $69