Ramada Fairview Heights/St. Louis Area

Address: 6900 North Illinois St/I-64, Fairview Heights, Illinois, 62208-1313, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6900 North Illinois St/I-64, Fairview Heights, is near Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Eckert's Belleville Farm, Fairmount Park, and Kruta Bakery.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Ramada Fairview Heights/St. Louis Area

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    Travel Blogs from Fairview Heights

    Day after 8 and then 9 and 10

    A travel blog entry by workmule on Aug 31, 2014

    1 photo

    ... I had shaved and cleaned up for the event so as not to appear a treamendous boat bum....

    Along came a fellow name Jerry in his pick up truck towing a Ski Barge with his aged dog a graying Lab name Margo... He took me up to the gas station where I bought some fuel and filled my water jug...

    Margo laid her head in his lap as we drove along..................


    Valigia- baggage

    A travel blog entry by michaela.keele on Aug 29, 2014

    ... hours, I stared at the vast, black sky out my window and waited for the woman by my side to finally wake up.

    It is impossible to talk aout my flight to Frankfurt without mentioning the beauty of ROtterdam. At night, from a bird's eye view, I couldn't stop staring at the breathtakng golden lights of the city. Long, glowing strands, like veins flowing from the heart, could be ...

    Cahokia Mounds and Another DDD Lunch Stop

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on May 17, 2014

    3 comments, 18 photos

    ... surrounded by a Stockade nearly two miles long. In addition to providing defense in the case of an attack (there was no indication that they were ever attacked or who the enemy could have been), the fence served as a social barrier, segregating the more sacred precinct and the elite who lived within the fence. The fence was replaced four times and required an estimated 20,000 logs for each time the fence was replaced.

    Wal-Mart Parking Lot...Knife by my Side

    A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Nov 12, 2013

    4 comments, 2 photos

    ... the smokiness of the Snoot. Shortly after finishing our Snoot our food arrived. The brisket was moist with just enough fatty chewiness and once again the tangy BBQ sauce perfectly accented the smokiness. The pulled pork was done very well, there was no trace of the fatty parts, signifying a hand pulled sandwich and the meat itself had a good pink hue to it indicating a quality long smoke. Kaitlyn thoroughly enjoyed the beans Alexander which had ...

    A Very Not Happy Day

    A travel blog entry by jenni-louise on Mar 26, 2013

    25 photos

    ... it is what it is.

    Leaving our hotel we headed back into St Louis to visit the Gateway Arch - it's gorgeous and the ride to the top was fun, in our funny little pod. At the top, on one side you're looking across the Mississippi at Illinois, and on the other, St Louis and Missouri. While waiting for our trip we checked out the Museum of Westward Expansion, the Museum Shop and the Souvenir shop.