Holiday Inn St. Louis Airport
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10/8 Day 109 Today we traveled from Branson Mo to East St. Louis IL, just across the river from St. Louis MO. We are staying in the Casino Queen RV Park. This is a fairly large park and very empty – I would guess that there are 600 sites and only about 50 campers at this time (we are here on a Thursday) but every park we have been to so far has been close to full.
... round chatting, kids watching TV. Levi was getting real tired and flaking with his blanket. Zoey kicked the men off the sofa to make up her bed. At this point we took our leave to go back to our quiet room for 10.30pm. After Aiden said it takes him ages to sleep, he in fact was asleep & softly snoring only 20 minutes later, while my Blog was updated and Andy watched Netflix on his phone. It was nice to be done by 11pm and be able to sleep this side of midnight for a ...
We leave Joplin early in the morning to get started on a 300 mile drive to St Louis.
But first we go to Carthage. What is in Carthage you ask? Well a blog that I read mentions that this is the town that Hill Valley was based on in Back to the Future so of course we go. It is a Sunday and Carthage is a ghost town. There is one lady walking her dog while sipping her coffee (so posh) and random cars drive through the square. In the middle of the square is ...
... chocolate and pecans), my father got a small Cardinal Sin
concrete and my mother got a regular size with Abaco Mocha and chocolate. They were
very busy but they filled the orders quickly and accurately so the line moved fast. The
parking area is tight for the number of people they attract and we saw several “near
misses” in the lot, so I wonder how often they have accidents in the parking lot.
Back at the hotel we walked around and looked ...
... by the river. This gave us easy access to the Mississippi showboat which we travelled on and then up the famous Gateway Arch. The Arch was built as a monument to the city as it has always been classed as the Gateway to the West. Where the rivers and roads went through. The lifts are like a small decompression chamber holding five people and you are unable to stand up in them, this enables them to swing as they go round the top arch. It was a fabulous day, but while this ...