Holiday Inn Express Pontoon Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to flooding and went to Cahokia IL
and the Cahokia Courthouse Historic Site.
This building is a replica built in 1940 but the Courthouse was
reconstructed on the original site and both Lewis and Clark would have spent
time in the Courthouse. I finished the day by going to a Cardinal / Padres game.
The Cardinals have the best record in baseball and the Padres are only
... after, with time on our side Aiden suggested we look for the treasure, so Andy drove to see how far away this nearby Geo-cache really was. He went around an industrial site and pulled up alongside the park parameter (now he must have really studied the map to get that close to it, but we just couldn't access it with the fence obstructing us). Driving back and the way he should have gone, we came across a large green park area: Pershall Park, in the city of Hazlewood, We got out ...
Currently I'm in Ohio. Or Kentucky. Yep, Kentucky. Just had to ask someone. I've been through a lot of states the last two days! So I'll start where I left off yesterday when I was in a strange Target somewhere in Missouri. I got back on the road and once I hit Kansas City it was like I hadn't seen civilization in days and suddenly I wasn't the only car on the road. I hopped on I-70 and headed east all the way to St. Louis. Again, it was lots of corn fields ...
... the highest man made monument in the US is located in St Louis. Called the "Gateway", it celebrates the Westward expansion of the United States.
The Gateway is an amazing looking monument. 192m high, it was first conceived in the early 30's and finally built in the 60's.
We had a good look through the museum located below the arch and then took a cable capsule to the top of the arch... Quite a view !
Afterwards, we wandered through the heart of the ...
So, St. Louis sucks, it's dying. It started dying decades ago. A booming city of almost 1 Milion has lost 1/2 million people in 50 years. Yeah, the ribs are worth the trip but unless the cardinals are in town, there is no point in staying. Their football ...