Holiday Inn St. Louis-Fairview Heights
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... br> After visiting downtown we made our way to the Hampton Inn and Suites on the I55 south of St Louis. The hotel is situated right on the interstate with shops and restaurants close by. We went for dinner at Fraileys. Neither of us could finish what we ordered but it was no trouble getting a 'doggy bag'.
Another long drive ahead tomorrow as we head to Springfield, Missouri.
... part of the food). Mine was a mixture of smoked trout chunks mixed in a thick potato mixture that had been sautéed--actually quite good.
Time for the flight and off we went! After some water and pretzels we all dozed. Then the problems arose!!!! The captain came onto the radio and announced we were returning to Toronto because the airport at Montreal was closed (weather related). We landed and had to retrieve our luggage and were told to proceed to the check-in ...
Spent the morning following the River Road on my way to what I thought was to be my destination: Hannibal MO to visit the Mark Twain Museum. I came across this really cool Iron drawbridge that spanned the Mississippi and had to go over it. To get to the bridge was a gradual curve and then the bridge itself had a couple of twists in it and then a curve back down. The bridge gave off an impression of being very old and very ...
Springfield to Rolla - 290 miles The day started with a drive around Springfield. The city is the state capital and the home of Abraham Lincoln. The centre of town contains all the principle state buildings, with domed roofs and ornate architecture. After an hour, we got back on to Route 66 looking for our breakfast stop, the Ariston Cafe. It was not yet open though.... Perhaps a bit of a surprise to us, as we approached the Missouri state ...