Super 8 St Louis Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... looking at my phone when it happened! When we got almost to St. Louis, we got off the highway to go to a place called Malcolm W. Martin Memorial Park. I read this was the best spot to get a picture of the Arch and the St. Louis skyline. When we got there we had the place to ourselves so we got some great photos! We then got back on the road since we still had about 2 1/2 hrs ahead of us before our campsite for the night in the Mark Twain state park near Hannibal, ...
and soooooooooooo... on the 5th day I awoke up tired as anticipated... I had played Jack in the box all night..
I gave serious thought to just stringing up the hammock in the shade beneath the trees on a nearby beach head, but instead decided to push on a whopping hour and a half I stopped just below a steel tressel bridge, I think it was near Chester.... I cant help but think about the character Chester the Molester that graced the pages of Hustler ...
... site bragged about having the BEST photo opp HOWEVER, in order to get to it you literally had to drive through what I will refer to as "Holy mother of gawd I'm driving through this sketchy place and my children are in the car!!" or what others may refer to simply as "Hobo Village": an assortment of old discarded chairs, sofas, tables, ...
... about how the should eat us. They fought and fought because they couldn't agree. If they did agree there would be one who says something that makes them fight more. Then the sun started to rise and the trolls were all frozen, because the sun turns trolls into stone. We later realized that Gandalf was the one who was making them fight because he would change his voice to make it sound like them. We then started to look for the trolls cave. Once we found it we went ...
... a neat little city on the merging of the Tennessee and Ohio Rivers. There was a tall concrete levee that was hand painted on the city side with scenes from history in the area. They dated back to the Civil War, plantations, their downtown market, etc. There were several barges on the river transporting gas, rock and sand.Since our personal rule for the map is that we have to do or experience something of the state, this short trip ...