Doubletree Collinsville/St. Louis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Not very happy with this hotel, now I know why Paris Hilton has so much money.....No breakfast (must pay for it) not microwave, no refer......I think the room smells and the hallways smell like a nursing home....spent more money on the lobby and the outside and forgot about the room
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... a huge statue of King Louis on horseback, and the long lake with fountains looks like a mini Versailles!
We took our picnic and ...
... Save my water bottle!" Mary does a great impression of her. Dee also managed to trip on the sidewalk, but I was in front of her & she slammed into me breaking her fall. No wonder Mary & Paul ditched us after 2 days in Italy!
The Index finger is the best tool: Since I didn’t learn a single word on French or Italian except “toilette” (same in both languages), I used my finger to point at everything to ...
... by the turtles swimming around. I walked over to the other side of the park to the Missouri History museum, which seemed to suggest theat the only things that have happpend in the entire history of Missouri were a fire and a tornado in St Louis in the 1800's and an argument with some Indians.
After that, I sat under a tree, and tucked into the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches had made me for lunch. Yay, another American experience off the list. I'm working through them at ...
... Louis Illinois
Breakfast: Holiday Inn
Lunch: Picnic at Meramec Caverns
Arrive: 5:30 pm, America’s Best Campground, Branson, Missouri
Travelled: 279 miles; 8.5 hours
Comments: Met a guy at the RV place who recommended this campground. It’s fine, but really, America’s Best Campground? Hmmmm. So far my vote is for the two places in Nebraska.
So it begins. The 2, 448 mile trip along America's "Mother Road" – Route 66. Immortalized in song, film and literature; the journey from Chicago to Los Angeles will take me through 8 States – all blissfully away from the monotonous drone of the Interstate. (Well I say 'all’, but apparently since the road was decommissioned in 1985 small sections have fallen into disrepair and consequently are undrivable in anything ...