Ameristar Casino Resort Spa St. Charles
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Loved everything about this hotel! Great room, friendly hotel staff!
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... signs that read, Hit a worker, $10000 fine and 14 years in jail (why 14?) not much happened here, except it led to Missouri. Into St. Louis we appeared. Of course we went to the riverfront and admired the great Arch. This is definitely a place to check out when there's more time. We were low on gas and sunlight, so the visit was memorable but brief. Since we were low on gas, I decided to take us on a world wind tour of everywhere in St. Louis that does not have ...
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... Broken Arrow, what a coincidence.
We managed to pick up a large stretch of Route 66 today; it’s all been hiding closer to the east side of the country. On route we passed through a town called Afton and like many of the places we have seen it was very run down and didn’t look like much happened there anymore. We couldn’t see what work people could possibly have in the area and the houses were derelict.
Rain clouds started to build on ...