Quality Inn O'Fallon
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... vase.. it was very old... maybe from the 1700's even... quite beautiful... I asked the spanish speaking elderly woman for some Jabon.. she handed me a brillo pad... oh no! no! that will never do... for fear of scratching the glaze... of the obvious antique... with its floral blues...
I scrubbed with just my bare hand and under running water beneath the sink faucet..
The old ...
... the exhaust... anyway, the car is running fine and it hasn't been long since it was all checked out so I'm not worried.
We stopped for the night in O'Fallon, Illinois just outside of St. Louis at a Candlewood Suites. It was a long drive, but we would rather drive a long way than just sit in a motel room. In the three weeks we'll be gone, this is one of two nights we'll be at a motel.
After a couple of nights at the Montage, anything will be a disappointment. But so far the indifference of the desk staff bordered on rude, the choice of refreshments and meals are woeful unless you are enamoured of vending machine frozen lasagne and cup of soups. The towels are thin and the bed linen looks like it has already been slept in. But it is 2.30am local time and we need to crash.
... but then he went on to say that the stipulation is that you buy 2 annual passes, ok $28G.... not in my budget but must be some die hard fans that would come up with that... ok now here comes the deal breaker.. they only come in 10 year packages so a neat $280 thou.. yeah waayyyy outta our league but hey at least we've had at glimpse of how the other half live! These tickets are mainly bought by ...
... in the park such as lizards and birds. The park contained a golf course, a lake, an outdoor amphitheater, zoo and planetarium among other things. I would enjoy jogging in that park and I'm sure the St. Louis residents are proud of it. It was nice.
By noon the kids were ready so I swung back to the hotel, loading them up and we were off to the Magic House in the outskirts of St. Louis. When we arrived the place was overrunning with kids. I was planning ...