Holiday Inn Alton
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... to negotiate with the Troika about the exact content of the conditional "Labor market reform" and "Midterm fiscal plan 2013-16", in order to put the bailout plan back on track. The two major bills featured all together austerity measures worth €18.8bn, of which the first €9.3bn were scheduled for 2013.
In return, the Troika indicated a willingness to accept paying a third bailout loan on €30bn to finance the two-year extension of the bailout ...
We started the day at the Elijah Lovejoy Monument. He is know for his abolitionist newspaper. This is the meeting of the Union/Confederacy..Illinois/Missouri. Alton is noted to be one of the most haunted towns in America, due to the underground railroad and Civil War prison, of which we saw remnants, but the structure has been used for other buildings and the spirits are said to have moved on.
... me but I was starving so I wasn't sharing with anyone, back away from my plate buddy you're on dangerous ground .... we ordered what we thought was a moderate amount of food but when it arrived the table was covered with dishes. I did my best to conquer it and was so incredibly full by the time I pushed my not quite finished nachos away but I did manage to eat all my salad! I asked for the bill ...
... outside of St Louis in Alton, Illinois. This is a little inconvenient since in the morning we will have a long drive into the city to see the arch.
Once at our hotel we realize that we don't have many choices for dinner tonight. There are several fast food places near us ...
... 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 ...