Ramada Inn St. Louis Airport/Hazelwood
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... no cross country road trip would be complete without seeing the "Gateway to the West"! On our way, we saw signs for the worlds largest golf tee and also the worlds largest wind chime...although we were tempted to stop and see these most intriguing attractions, we had a long drive ahead of us, so we stayed on the highway. Another interesting thing that happened is that we crossed over our first time zone...not sure exactly where, but it was somewhere in SE Illinois....wish ...
... round chatting, kids watching TV. Levi was getting real tired and flaking with his blanket. Zoey kicked the men off the sofa to make up her bed. At this point we took our leave to go back to our quiet room for 10.30pm. After Aiden said it takes him ages to sleep, he in fact was asleep & softly snoring only 20 minutes later, while my Blog was updated and Andy watched Netflix on his phone. It was nice to be done by 11pm and be able to sleep this side of midnight for a ...
... the Dodgers--his favorite team (yeah why couldn't he root for our home team the Tigers? oh well).
The game promised to be a really good one with the Dodgers' ace Kershaw pitching (arguably the best pitcher in the MLB at the moment). He did struggle with the Cardinals a bit, even allowing a home run, but in the end the Dodgers were victorious scraping ...
With a brief stop over in Atlanta, we flew into St Louis this evening.
Pleasantly surprised by St Louis. It is a very pretty city, with relatively quiet, spotless roads and parks, it is in stark contrast to most of the places we have visited.
Although celebrating a 250 year anniversary this year, it is very modern and would appear well funded. The people have a friendly disposition and friendly smiles. Much like New Orleans, but without the clutter..
... in Cuba. It's the oldest motel on the route, open since the 1920s with a shop in reception full of memorabilia and souvenirs. This place also meant we caught up with Ted, Will and Richie...in every place that we stopped at along the way, they ask you to sign the guest book. The few places previous to the motel, the names above ours had always been Ted, Will and Richie from London, UK. It became a little competition, which only we knew about, and ...