TownePlace Suites Vincennes
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We bid farewell to our Hoosier home at about 6:30 in the morning and headed out on Highway 50 towards St. Louis. We arrived in St. Louis around 8:30 and were the third tour group to go up in the Gateway Arch that day. I was wondering why the man at the ticket counter asked if we were claustrophobic because I pictured the trams to be like elevators, which are small, but typically not anything to fear. The trams to the top of the Arch can only be ...
... enjoying the beauty of what this country produces. To give you a good idea of how long these fields of crops were, we rode for over three hours without seeing a gas station, or any place that we could stop to eat lunch. We finally found a place at about 2:30 pm just before the Indiana border.
We crossed over into Indiana and 13 miles later arrived at our hotel in Sullivan. The trip today was 112 miles. ...
I am finished reading the international travel handbook and have taken the quiz. I checked out what to wear and now need to go shopping because I don't want to be perceived as rude by wearing jeans or shorts while in Thailand. I am getting more and more excited about the trip and looking for things like gender roles while I am there, but I am also getting nervous because Thailand is one of three or four countries that imposes the death penalty for drug smuggling ...
So the 19th day of this tour hasn't gone to plan as, i had expected to wake up in Music-Land to taste the life of music-goers. In fact what has happened since 9pm last night is at 3am i finally boarded a bus heading for Chicago, boy was this bus busy; I uphold my statement last night that the further east you go the less friendly the people are, the people on this bus are unusually either paranoid (more likely) or just plain guilty of something.
... of the time walking around at night or getting rides. And just the same, it's safer if you are prepared or have buddies with you, but most of the time it's not as dangerous to begin with as people are worried about. And granted, the vast majority of people aren't going to "take the risk" of traveling like that or step
outside their comfort bubbles. But the vast majority of people aren't going to challenge themselves to talk to new people or have perspective-broadening ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center