Super 8 Bridgeton/Airport
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... and that a game can involve hundreds of runs and take many hours. Surprising to see that a small town in Missouri has taken up cricket but it is doing quite well.
The old part of St. Charles is a beautiful historic district and the town was the first State Capital of MO. The old brick buildings now house restaurants, galleries, and fine shops. It was a very hot day and even a mile ...
... see the stars. Not the cheapest accommodation but not the most expensive either. A little gem of a find.
Not too sure about breakfast. There are two Sara Lea muffins and tins of juice in the fridge which I think are for us. We also still have some of the french stick left and peanut paste as well as fruit and nuts so we will not starve. No breakfast at the winery but there are places down on the river if needed.
... a Lucy's Cantina which had excellent food but only a beer and wine license so only wine-Rita's! Ahh No way Jose !!!! So I had the new Stella cider beer which is pretty good as cider beers go. Ran into a couple at the caverns that were riding the new Victory Touring bikes. They told me about a road in AZ that is western version of the Dragon's Tail - I'm going to check it out to see if I can include it on my trip. Next update from AZ ...
... the bedroom, 2 bathrooms and a
separate living area with pull out couch.
Our 6pm dinner reservation tonight was at Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse. This is
one of our favorite restaurants from previous trips. I think we got the same table we got
the last time. I got a chocolate martini, my mother got a margarita and my father got one
of their specialty cocktails. The bread they bring is a nice crusty bread with soft inside.
For the appetizer we all ...
... oldest garages on route which has been pleasantly restored. JC took a liking to this as it had a caravan adjacent, built in the year of her birth 1953. It had a plate on it naming it a Winnebago. (Was this the start of many?). Our next stop was Pontiac, a small town we both really enjoyed. The museums were free and well worth seeing. One museum had the Route 66 history, mock rooms from the 50's and on the top floor was memorabilia from the Second World War, donated by ...