TownePlace Suites St. Louis St. Charles
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This morning we woke up at about ten. Vacationing seems to be wearing us out as we continue to sleep in later and later. After our morning routine we hopped into our house and drove to St. Louis, Gateway to the Midwest. First stop of the day was of course the Gateway Arch, constructed in 1963 and standing 630 feet tall it's the largest monument in …
Wednesday morning we were treated to a large breakfast buffet on the Marriott due to the fact that they didn't have the king bed we were promised. After having our fill of somewhat dry French toast and fresh fruit, we headed back to our room and prepared for our journey down the mother road.
Our Route 66 trip began on Ogden street, named …
... pleasantries and asked where ya'll were from. I went on to explain that we were touring ballparks and had just left KC and headed to St. Louis. She smiled and said, "I beg your pardon" So I said, we are on vaycayshun. She said, "oh, that's nice, enjoy!". LOL. WE got out to the car and Bryan said, "you talk to fast, she had no idea what you were saying". Giddyup!
Bryan was able to complete his set of the beer goblet ...
... grandmothers and the rest of the family. I am so glad we stopped to visit with them.
Last night we stayed in a campground with railroads tracks nearby. Tonite we are in a flight path of the St. Louis airport. Makes it tough to sleep. We will be glad to get home and in our own bed where it is ...
We are backtracking to St. Louis today (about 1/2 hour) in order to visit the Budweiser Brewery and see the Clydesdale horses...... The brewery is HUGE.....finally got up close and personal with a Clydesdale....they are a magnificent specimen of the equine family. The stables they are housed in had stained glass windows and a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility