Doubletree Collinsville/St. Louis
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... It took quite a long time to come, and I was a bit concerned that somhow I had messed up and the bus wasn't coming this way, but it did. Phew, didn't fancy the walk back.
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... with Dad for more than half an hour while I enjoyed the park. I heard some drumming and walked toward it, which brought me to a gazebo in the middle of pond. It was soon about sunset and I got some good pictures. Then I heard bagpipes and walked back toward it. It was a guy in regular clothes playing away. He was with a few people and it looked like they had met up to jam. So I saw a tiny part of a huge park and saw runners and picnicers and musicians.
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