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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, ...
... around downtown Denver. Oh, if I could be dictator for a day! That all, of course, assumes there are actually people who would want to live and work there, and I’m doubtful that’s the case for the areas around downtown Saint Louis.
My main sightseeing goals in Saint Louis were the art museum and the cathedral on the west side of town, but I figured I’d walk around downtown for a few hours in the morning before my ...
... sprouting corn fields and larger towns. We were not feeling adventurous today - a couple of times we saw the historical 66 route markers indicating a left turn onto a small country road which seemed to be heading through someone's farm, and decided to stay our path on the interstate. We pit-stopped in Collinsville for coffee and petrol, and to find a last minute accommodation deal in St Louis. We snagged a "secret deal" at the 41/2 ...
... 40 odd years of his life travelling Route 66 in his converted School Bus painting and documenting Route 66: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bob_Waldmi re His original bus (a VW) is in the Museum.
We took quite a lot of photographs, and I even lent my special Route 66 Baseball cap to my mate Abe Lincoln when he posed with me for a photo.....
And then it was back on the road heading towards St Louis. I ...
... In the late 1930's and 1940's came dual carriageways and then came the Interstate Highways. But we are sticking to the original smaller roads wherever possible. Like in Lexington, Illinois for example. When I first did Route 66 in 2005 there was a closed gate at the start of the old part of the highway in to town (they call it Memory Lane) but today it was open! It just said "drive on down". When we got to the other end of this one mile section we came to a closed and padlocked gate. ...