La Quinta Inn & Suites O'Fallon, IL - St. Louis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Take 3 time is a charm.... take three call me in the morning.... so anyway... Day one of my Mississippi river trip started at the Stubb's family lot on the Meramac river... I like to call it the Mermaid river... though I have yet to see any.. but I have seen hotties in bikinis if that counts?
With my little wooden homemade boat nosed into the muddy bank, a Stevens Projects 19' Weekender.. I strung my jungle hammock between two trees...it got ...
... Spanish class. We were at this school for almost an hour going through the piles of stuff that had been pulled into the hallway from the classrooms. Anyway, to make a long story short, we found them. I couldn't believe it, but I was so glad.
Our drive wasn't real exciting, but one funny thing happened. We ended up stopping at Arby's in some po-dunk town in Tennessee to go to the bathroom. You had ...
... train shed to have dinner in one of the restaurants. The seafood we both ordered was surprisingly good considering how far we are from an ocean. After dinner we split up. Karen exploring the shops and I exploring the railroad exhibits. The plan is to rest up for our day of driving tomorrow. It feels so nice to just kick back and relax for a change. Well, tomorrow we're back on the road to Frankfort, KY this time. ...
... holds that much since our tour guide said the mid-west will drink that much beer in 18 hours!
We got back to our camp in time for Omar to make a nice barbeque chicken dinner on our grill and Suzanne cooked up her fantastic corn bread.
Tomorrow we head to Pittsburgh. It's a long drive from St. Louis (almost 600 miles) but we think we're up for it. Looking forward to seeing our friends Eric and Kathleen on ...
... time was running away with us we hit the interstate bypassing Springfield (which was a shame as because that is where Abraham Lincoln lived and it would have been good, however we have so much else to fit in).
We used our spending money from Farmer today which kept us fed and watered well! Nice one mate. x
Getting in to St. Louis was great - a drive over the Mississippi River with the Gateway Arch in the background.... In the city itself it has much more of a town ...