St. Louis Travelodge

Address: 9645 Natural Bridge, Berkeley, Missouri, 63134, United States | 2 star motel
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This 2 star motel, located in the Berkeley area of Berkeley, is near The Loop, Bigfoot 4 x 4 Inc, James S. McDonnell Prologue Room, and Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum.
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      A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 15, 2014

      8 photos

      ... I just pictured the whole thing snapping in half and falling to my death. Then we got back in the spaceship, through the inner workings of the arch. You could see the steps the workers used. It would really sick if you forgot to turn a light off after getting back to the bottom. After our date in the sky we went to find st.louis BBQ, and it was love at first Bogart. Seriiusly, the place was called Bogarts. And it was ...

      I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet

      A travel blog entry by exert on Aug 14, 2014

      1 photo

      ... were more exits with more places to eat or get gas which was a big change from Nebraska. On the way, out of nowhere I saw a sign that said "Emma 2 miles" so I figured I might as well get off because either theres a town named Emma or someones telling me to go somewhere in 2 miles. It was a teeny tiny town called Emma, Missouri that consisted of a post office, a country club, a general store, and a bar. (Photos to come). Population 233. I looked up a little ...

      Cahokia Mounds and Another DDD Lunch Stop

      A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on May 17, 2014

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... surrounded by a Stockade nearly two miles long. In addition to providing defense in the case of an attack (there was no indication that they were ever attacked or who the enemy could have been), the fence served as a social barrier, segregating the more sacred precinct and the elite who lived within the fence. The fence was replaced four times and required an estimated 20,000 logs for each time the fence was replaced.

      Dont judge a book by it's cover.

      A travel blog entry by oliviaallwin on Feb 08, 2014

      Bilbo keeps proving himself to be honest and loyal to us. Once we discovered that thorin was missing, we panicked. But Bilbo talked us out of it and he had a plan. But when he was going to tell us, Elves attacked us and took us to their King. But as we were being taken into the dungeon, I saw that Bilbo was putting his ring on. Usually I would've thought he was trying to escape and leave us, but i knew he was going to try to get us out of there. When we got to the King he started to ...

      The road to St Louis

      A travel blog entry by louisehalliday on Sep 11, 2013

      22 photos

      ... Our next stop was the Old City court house which was fascinating and learned all about the slave trades and the Dred Scott Case.
      We jump on a city trolley (bus) and seen a bit more of downtown assisted by our friendly driver.
      Dinner stop was at a nice steak house which was lovely.

      Today before leaving St Louis we went to visit the zoo. it was a very nice morning and seen loads of animals and even took a wee train ride.

      Set of for Springfield Missouri about 3pm.