Holiday Inn Express Hotel Shiloh /O'Fallon
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... no cross country road trip would be complete without seeing the "Gateway to the West"! On our way, we saw signs for the worlds largest golf tee and also the worlds largest wind chime...although we were tempted to stop and see these most intriguing attractions, we had a long drive ahead of us, so we stayed on the highway. Another interesting thing that happened is that we crossed over our first time zone...not sure exactly where, but it was somewhere in SE Illinois....wish ...
... I still suspect it may have been an intentional act... Prick! I was as mad as a stirred hornet briefly... it was like having someone pour a cold bucket or two of water directly on you.. my sleeping bag was wet.. the carpet was wet... lots of things were wet... *************, Son Of a *****.. I went on a rant.... I made it through until dawn.. and motored my way downstream to a nice little hidey hole.. my own ...
... Someone in the group actually new another Nick Rackers. He was Nick Rakers and not from Germany in case you were wondering. Rackers isn't very common outside of central Missouri so that was fun. While we were discussing the Rackers name I bring up he fact that my brother married a Rackers to which very quickly Barry quips " We have laws against that kind of thIng in Australia". Great one Barry! I tell him I'm not from Arkansas. Day 2: Bridge Climb Day. Some ...
That's the song that comes to all our minds when thinking about St Louis but I have it on good authority you don't say Louee you say Louis, don't want to offend the locals!!
Our Southwest flight to St Louis was on time and uneventful, I pretty much napped all the way. We landed at 7pm and had picked up our bags and were heading out of the terminal all in about 10 minutes. My bag had suffered a broken handle and major tyre blow out so was wobbling all over ...
... right as we biked
past the AB Brewery, as I entertained the thought that we should do the brewery
tour and enjoy the hospitality room, but Mike was on a mission. We stopped at The Cat’s Meow (2600 East 11th
Street), which was in sight of the Visitor’s Center at the Brewery. This is the Historic Soulard Neighborhood of
St. Louis, one of the oldest communities of the city. While having a high
density of bars ...