Holiday Inn Alton
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free airport shuttle
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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.
... 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.
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... our space buff, was pleased to see it. Marshfield is a small town and doesn't look like it's changed much over the years.
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