Holiday Inn St. Louis - South County Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The Gateway Arch is the vision of renowned architect Eero Saarinen. The Gateway Arch commemorates Thomas Jefferson's vision and St. Louis' role in the westward expansion of the United States. Jefferson signed the Louisiana Purchase which helped make the USA whole. Prior to the Louisiana purchase from New Orleans upwards toward/into Canada was French territory. After the purchase from the French the USA was able to expand Westward.
It's a really impressive piece ...
Another very early we had to start the day. Saying goodbye to Mary and Angie&family was a bit difficult, it was such a short but great time with them. But we need to hit the road as soon as possible... The plan for today was to make so many kilometers as possible. After some quick stops for lunch, pit stop, etc., we reached St. Louis in the afternoon. The Gateway Arch stands still proudly welcoming us. We needed to do the ...
... Carlsbad by 2:15 (435 miles)- NOTE- trip segments under 500 miles in length are really enjoyable. Staying at the Marriott-Fairfield in Carlsbad which is probably the best place in town. After checking in jumped back on the bike and headed down to the Carlsbad Caverns National park ( about 20 miles ). I did the self guided tour of the "big room" which is SPECTACULAR ! I was surprised by how big it is both in Volume and square footage. You ...
... a running race going down Decatur St, so
we had to wait about 15 min before we could get back across to the other side to get
back to the hotel. We then picked up the car and drove across the river and then down LA 23 to the river delta, just to see what was down there. I was surprised by how many
people live down that road. We expected it to be less populated; at the start it is very
residential and there are citrus groves. It does get less populated as you go ...
... other option we decided to stay. We watched a movie, drank a beer and peeked out the windows every couple of minutes until sleep finally took over. I did not sleep very well, waking up every 20 min. or so checking to see if the pocket knife I had laid next to my head was still there. We awoke in the morning without incident and all of our stuff still present. After a few laps around the parking lot with G for some morning exercise we set out for Nashville. ...