Holiday Inn Alton
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free airport shuttle
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Babysitting service
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Travel Blogs from Alton
... getting my oil changed, having a tick removed from my buttock, and taking Seaman to the vet for what I thought was a tick, but it wasn't. I had removed 3 ticks from my skin about 4 days ago but I missed one where the sun doesn't shine and only realized I had another one yesterday. I decided I wouldn't risk a partial removal and went to an Urgent Care center who did the work and prescribed ...
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.
... lunch at Landry's Seafood House, located in the Union Center. This complex, opened in 1894, was once the bustling train station handling up to 100,000 passengers per day.
After lunch, wowed by the change in the weather conditions, we decided to enjoy the outdoors. The temperature had risen to the high 60's yet looming in the forecast was an ice storm the next day. ...
... 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 ...
... with the cruise control set at 55 m.p.h.
We were getting close to the end of Illinois now at East St. Louis and we next stopped to walk the fantastic Chain Of Rocks Bridge over the Mississippi. That was just one of those enormous American engineering feats - to just get a two lane road across the biggest river in the USA. It was very warm outside (about 80 degrees) but we had a nice breeze over the river. We had skirted St. Louis to the north as Route 66 had come this way, ...