La Quinta Inn & Suites Hotel St Louis Westport
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... and that a game can involve hundreds of runs and take many hours. Surprising to see that a small town in Missouri has taken up cricket but it is doing quite well.
The old part of St. Charles is a beautiful historic district and the town was the first State Capital of MO. The old brick buildings now house restaurants, galleries, and fine shops. It was a very hot day and even a mile ...
Friday 8th - After 2 amazing days in Memphis we had a run to St Louis so we decided to ride along the Great River, the Mississippi, follow the Great River Road. It was fairly disappointing as the road came inland with the river sometimes as much as 5 mile to the west of us. It was very similar to riding through the canefields around Jacobs Well. Plenty of cane fields and soy bean. We did however find a road that lead us down to the edge of the river.
We got chatting to 2 guys, one ...
... the various sleepy small towns with their quaint wooden houses it occurred to me that we were entering tornado alley as they call it. These beautiful houses would not stand a chance if hit by a tornado. It just made me wonder why the homes were constructed with timber.
We arrived in St Louis around 2.30pm which gave us plenty time to have a look around. The centre of St ...
Yesterday we picked up the bikes from Eagle Rider, this took an hour or so to get the paperwork done. I have to say (Roger here) I was quite apprehensive having never ridden something this bloody heavy, anyway all good now just loving the highways and riding something that's made precisely for them. People we've met & spoken to have been so friendly & helpful with advise on what to see and where to go. One theme which I think ...
... took our 2-3 min ride to the top and got out.
At the top Mel was able to get some really neat pictures of St. Louis with the arch's shadow over it. After about 10 min Mel was ready to go down, because at the top of the 630 foot high arch on a windy day it kind of feels like be on a small boat on a choppy lake. The difference is of coarse in this scenario you can see that you have 630 feet to fall. So we came down in car 1. This time ...