Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Frontenac
... looking at my phone when it happened! When we got almost to St. Louis, we got off the highway to go to a place called Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park. I read this was the best spot to get a picture of the Arch and the St. Louis skyline. When we got there we had the place to ourselves so we got some great photos! We then got back on the road since we still had about 2 1/2 hrs ahead of us before our campsite for the night in the Mark Twain state park near Hannibal, ...
... for coffee in the Refuge Coffee shop. I enjoyed a caramel mocha, andy had a cappuccino. It was a new and trendy coffee bar with sofas and comfy chairs, so we sat ourselves in the corner looking like a front room with a burning fireplace. Afterwards we walked around the square and into the bank. The ATM was out the back, we couldn't find it at first, this being it was a drive thru bank with machines set up like in a petrol station, very bizarre. Around and around ...
... to get to and the GPS only kept directing us back to closed entrances. We end up taking the I44 east then getting off at the next stop - Ghetto Town. Dark, scary, boarded up houses you name it. Hinesh spots a Days Inn and we stop and ask for directions. Luckily they were easy to follow and we were home shortly. St Louis looks like a nice place but probably best to explore during the day.
One more stop on our Route 66 road trip - Chicagi here we come….
Today just goes to prove that it pays to be flexible. It all started out normally, actually it was the best morning yet. The Ramada had an outstanding breakfast and we got off to a great start. We left Topeka ahead of schedule and got to Kansas City just at the end of rush hour. By this time we were on the freeway and although we both had white knuckles we raced from interchange to interchange and found our way onto Hwy 50. It was a miracle! We traveled across Missouri ...
... 5 min. after receiving them, the smiling gentleman once again came out from the kitchen to talk with us. He asked us if we saw his dog out back in the lot. After telling him we had, he told us how she came to be the Smoki O’s resident dog. According to him the dog used to live with the “rich folk” until one day it bit another dog so the rich folk had to bring her here, to the ghetto. He had found her walking around the back door ...