St. Agnes Hall Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... the leftovers made a satisfying lunch for two the next day.
We left shortly after 8:00 the next day - the hotel was quiet over night. The breakfast bar didn't appeal but we had yogurt and fruit with us, so had that in a pleasant picnic area off the parking lot. It's not a place for a long stay but was just right for what we needed.
... me he has seen some really bizarre cyclists in his travels. They were always in the middle of nowhere too. He came up over a hill and could see what he thought was the glistening of an airstream trailer approaching. As he got closer he saw that it was a cyclist. He was pulling a trailer loaded with a silver canoe! He found this to be very weird, because not only was it a ridiculous load, but there was no water for at least a hundred miles each way. I'm trying ...
With the news of Owen's grandfather, Bill Reid Sr., having a stroke the evening of Saturday, May 17th, our plans for our time in Moberly quickly changed. We arrived in Moberly a day earlier than we had originally planned, but this was not a problem. We didn't really have any 'plans’, but rather were just looking forward to spending quality time with Owen’s family, some of whom we hadn’t seen in two-plus years. As a ...
I'm starting to think that these hills and wind are never going to go away. I had my school meeting with my teacher this morning and we got started riding at about 11:30 which is a little late. When I started this morning the wind was not very bad but as hours passed it was getting worse. I wanted to get to Moberly but that got more and more difficult as the day went on. About half way through the day my dad ran into a guy when he pulled the RV to ...
... We were pleasantly surprised...LOTS of friendly people here, many of whom comfortably settled into chatting with us about the show and how excited they are that it's coming to their town. Everyone took the flyers, everyone said they'd hang them in their windows, and we felt a bit like celebrities by the time our walkaround was done.
Just goes to show you can't always pre-judge a town by it's tiny population or rural-ness (word? I don't think so, but just go with it...).