Ophelia's Restaurant and Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Iowa, where I encountered three buggies with one horse and
people dressed of Amish descent. Though that was fascinating, it
took much longer to re-group and arrive in the Kansas City, MO
I had booked a stay with place called “Capri Hotel”, sounded
okay until when I arrived I found myself in a particularly
uncomfortable situation. It caused me ...
... almost out of Iowa and then south to Kansas City. By 6:00 pm I was in Missouri. I passed the John L. Lewis Museum...remember him? American leader of organized labor...I think he started the AFL-CIO.
I passed St. Joseph, Missouri, starting point for people leaving for the west coast on the Oregon Trail and also the starting point of the Pony Express as well as where Jesse James was shot and killed. What an historic town. I also ...