La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Louis Westport

Address: 11805 Lackland Road, Maryland Heights, Missouri, 63146, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 11805 Lackland Road, Maryland Heights, is near Casino at Harrah's Hotel - Maryland Heights, American Kennel Club Museum, Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum, and Robert Trent Jones Course.
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    Travel Blogs from Maryland Heights

    Bo's Hollow and Akers Ferry

    A travel blog entry by 1930ford on Jun 10, 2015

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... own round 12 Model A's cars and trucks that they use on the property for varies uses. A lot to see the but we had to get on the road and headed to St. Louis, MO. On the way we travel on some of Old Route 66. We got to the Motel 6 at around 5:30 in Fenton MO. Tomorrow we are going the the Gate Way Arch and Dave P. and Jim are taking a ride to the top. I have done 2 time before and Dave B doesn't want too. Are final stop tomorrow should be Springfield IL. Good ...

    Painting the Fence

    A travel blog entry by art.gomez.737 on Jun 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... found the boyhood home of one Samuel Langhorne Clemens, aka Mark Twain. I was pretty excited to see some of the inspiration for his writings, and to just have a glimpse of what life was like in his time. There is a very small preserved area of the town that paints a pretty good picture. We saw his SLC's home, Huck's home, the river....it was so cool. We walked around, took some photos, and once again, we were on our way. The town ...

    The Gateway to the Midwest

    A travel blog entry by b_btravel on Apr 20, 2014

    74 photos

    ... did with their time. American history continues to shock and surprise, as we learn about their never ending fight with themselves. There was even a point in history where African American slaves were liberated as citizens while the Native American Indians were not. St. Louis also gets my vote as host of Americas best zoo. It was simultaneously free and had wicked sick animals. From jumping lemurs to baby pigs, lions and tigers and bears, and you can't forget the token big ...

    Chicago to St Louis

    A travel blog entry by tony.charity on Sep 25, 2013

    29 photos

    ... There wasn't any space left to even hang your hat. It was a very old town struggling to survive after it was bye passed. The Main Street has a large eon sign over the cafe where the Greyhound Busses used to stop and pick up passengers. The owner used to lite the sign to indicate to the driver that passengers were waiting. Greyhound no longer use the town. The morning of the 25th saw us drive into Lincoln, a town we chose because our Daughter Nicola was born in Lincoln ...

    On The Mother Road

    A travel blog entry by elewood on Apr 17, 2013

    9 photos

    So, I had a brilliant nights sleep last night, I woke up thinking it was unusual not to have heard Gill snoring! I then found out this was because she has only had about 2hrs kip due to nerves of driving out of Chicago! We nipped to the giant breakfast place (at 0730 - if u know me or gill this will be a shocking fact as neither of us are morning people!) We then got a taxi to the car rental place. The taxi driver was amazed to hear about our plans! He said we should do ...