Holiday Inn Express St. Louis
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... would consist of home (Lancaster) to St. Louis, Missouri. Bryan was the first driver, he lasted until Dayton, Ohio where we stopped to have lunch. Bry took the helm next and finally me. Note, that Bryan lasted all of 1.5 hours of driving time...Bry and I manned the rest of the entire first leg of the trip! Ha!
Okay, side note, when Bry and I are up ...
... but perfect cooking weather and also good for taking a drive to check out the locale: the pub with 40 cent wings makes a perfect lunch; we see the lake; Carlyle (don't stop at the IGA where they would have those dried cherries!); the old diner where Mark's dad headed every morning to sit on a single cup of coffee with fellow old-timers.
Back in time to pack a picnic and head off to St ...
... St. Louis we named him Little Daryl or Little D. Our next stop was going to be camping in the middle of Oklahoma so we were more looking forward to that. Either way, St. Louis really ended up being a huge highlight of the trip and if Karen and Big D ever read this then please know that you guys are amazing people and we loved spending time with you. Thank you for everything. Now to Oklahoma (where the wind comes racing through the plain....or so I'm told)
... you get to the top you can spend as long as you want
and then ride down again. The windows are quite small, so I imagine if there were times
with lots of people up there, it could be hard to see. After coming down again, I watched
the movie about building the Arch “Monument to the Dream” and then went to the Museum of Westward Expansion. My father and I then walked to the Old Courthouse.
The significance of the courthouse is that this is where the Dred ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility