Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... admiring dozens of different and delicate wild flowers. Regular bus pick ups allowed us then to move to another part of reserve to check out their wetlands. Beer and nibbles followed under the trees entertained by a Blue grass band. the more adventurous were shown how to scale vertical heights with ropes - thinking of our 5 weeks ahead, we declined! A Missouri style BBQ of shredded pork, chicken and beef eaten under a marquee topped off a great visit and we trooped onto buses and home to ...
... and run tours on Via's Toronto to Vancouver run? The scenery in Canada is as good, if not better, and it would be a lot less stressful for you. You're great at what you do. Come on up to the Great-White North.
To the background of our journey:
This trip started with a flight from Toronto to Vancouver, where we met up with friends Ingrid and Ian who gave us one of those 15 kilometre walking tours. The ...
... viewing area for the game and this includes unlimited food and drinks at 14,000 per year and obligated for 10 years..OUCH!!! Trip up to the Cardinals radio broadcast booth which has the best view in town...We saw four of the Cardinals World Champion trophies,but not the other seven....They did not provide trophies for the earlier World Championships .......Stan the Man Musical, maybe one of the greatest hitter of all time and who placed for the Cardinals is represented with a very ...
... It was absolutely stunning!
We caught lunch with Jae's old friend, Adam, at The Majestic - a greasy spoon that serves greek food and breakfast all day. Three generations old...they've got it down pat!
On our way out of town we stopped at the Soulard Farmer's Market - a year round farmer's market in existence since 1779! We picked up some fruits and veggies after all that BBQ :)
We are on the road again. Farewell Chicago with your crazy drivers, expensive beers and even more expensive parking, and hello St Louis with your cheap beers ridiculous hot weather and your pothole riddled roads.
320 miles would be added on the clock today as we head south out of Chicago (I give the city 7.5 out of 10 by the way), on our way to St Louis, Missouri. The plan originally was ...