Holiday Inn St. Louis - South County Center

Address: 6921 South Lindbergh Boulevard, Mehlville, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63125, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Saint Louis area of Mehlville, is near Grant's Farm, Ulysses S. Grant National Historical Site, and America's Incredible Pizza Company.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn St. Louis - South County Center Mehlville

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Travel Blogs from Mehlville

Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb Full Movie Free Streaming Online

A travel blog entry by meekhijack562 on Jan 08, 15

... build the basis for the debt-to-GDP ratio to start a significant decline in the coming years ahead,[28] which will help ensure that Greece will be labeled "debt sustainable" and fully regain complete access to private lending markets in 2015.[a] While the Greek government-debt crisis hereby is forecast officially to end in 2015, many of its negative repercussions (i.e. a high unemployment rate) are forecast still to be felt during many of the subsequent years.[28]

C'mon Midwesterners! Its not Christmas yet!

A travel blog entry by jpshoop on Nov 15, 2014

3 comments, 61 photos

... that time it was believed to be the largest dog in America. Even though it was a Mastiff they called the dog a Great Dane because it was both great (large) and Danish. lol. The lady working the desk there was really nice and very eager to chat with me. I got a personal tour and learned all about the house. The lights I took ...

Gearing Up to Leave

A travel blog entry by ztravelz on Jul 15, 2014


Alright y'all here goes nothing. Can you believe it? I am leaving in 4 days! Whoo-hoo! I think… well kinda. Anywho, you know I had to get the ball rolling again on this blog with a kickoff entry from the states. So here I am.

Just to clarify for those who don’t already know. I am going to Chile to teach English for a semester as a volunteer with a program called English Opens Doors (inglÚs abre ...

Cahokia Mounds and Another DDD Lunch Stop

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on May 17, 2014

3 comments, 18 photos

... were constructed from earth dug from "borrow pits" nearby with stone and wood tools and transported in baskets on people's backs. It is estimated that 50 million cubic feet of dirt was moved for mound construction alone. Many mounds were rectangular and served as a base to elevate ceremonial buildings and residences of the elite. Conical and ridge top mounds were used for burials of important people or they marked ...

An Arch and a Stadium

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... and yes we sucked but wow we had such a fun night. At one point when Rodd took the answer sheet back he tried to bribe the judges with some vegemite.. didn't help our scores! The next round I took the answer sheet up and chatted a bit to the judges giving them instructions on the usage of said vegemite... after all was said and done we came last, not so surprising cos a lot of the questions ...