Super 8 Mt Vernon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... also Illinois). This Springfield is smaller than the one in Missouri but according to the guide it might be a place to stop. We got there and even though we drove around and liked the look of the place, there was actually no motels or hotels which was odd. So we decided to press on to see if we would have any more luck in Carthage.
Carthage was described in the guide as a small town not too dis-similar from Hill Valley in Back to ...
... live and all and that is important so I’ll stop whining now.
So… the good things and the anticipation…
* I didn’t plan… well… ANY of this trip. We booked with a tour company that picked our flights and even picked our seats on the plane. (I’ve been trying since August to get specific seats with Air China with no luck whatsoever - they just say "No. You are with ...
... which run parallel to Route 66. At one point we were at a crossroads and had to stop to let a train go by. We counted the main train engine part, followed by 110 trailers, most of which had 2 stacked containers. We had never seen such a long train.
We later decided to stop for a loo / drink / loo again break. We went to Cafe USA, it was a proper american diner. We were served by Colleen, our very bubbly waitress. ...
... Mark was excited to see the view from 630 feet, I on the other hand panicked! I stayed at the entrance to the viewpoint and Mark went off to take photos. I started to feel sick and dizzy and did not want to move. A few people asked if I was okay, I nodded. I managed to get a photo with Mark before rooting myself back to a point of safety, i.e. Where I couldn't see down. Mark went off bouncing about taking snaps of the view. When Mark said he was ready ...
... that plied the river back in the 1800's. The Arch was quite amazing to see - about 200 metres tall and with the legs the same width apart - built to honour the building of the first bridge across the Mississippi in St Louis which provided a gateway to opening up the western plains of America. There are little tramways climbing up each leg inside the arch and so Greg and I got tickets and ascended up to the top while the ...