The Hiding Place Bed and Breakfast

309 E. Oak Street, Warrenton, Missouri, 63383, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 309 E. Oak Street, Warrenton, is near Warrenton Outlet Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Warrenton

    Dishing the Dirt - for Sandi & Jenny

    A travel blog entry by thedanes on Sep 04, 2014

    5 comments, 1 photo

    Truth be told, it wasn't always easy being together 24/7 - here's why.....

    One of us always wakes up 1-2 hours earlier than the other.
    One of us prefers to sleep in, then relax for another hour.
    One of us wants to get going early in the morning.
    Then one of us gets impatient and the other one gets grumpy........
    One of us did all the driving and driving all day can be tiring.
    The other was responsible for the ...

    Travel Day One

    A travel blog entry by lneiswinger on Jul 03, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... for lunch and transferred some fuel into each Vehicle and we were good to go for another few hours. We stopped just before getting into St. Louis for more fuel. At 10.5 miles to the gallon it goes fast. Paul gives the cashier his debit card and she asks how much to put on it. We do a quick calculation and $240 should do ...

    Past the Halfway Point

    A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 1 photo

    Made it as far as Warrenton, Missouri on day 2. As you can see by the picture, Braddock has become a lapdog. Nice weather and mostly decent roads so far. Tried a short cut in Western Kentucky, though, where the two-lane highway had bumps and dips and a very narrow bridge over the Mississippi River. Probably won't do that one again. Nebraska ...

    Lions and Tigers and Bears, oh My!

    A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jun 18, 2014

    5 photos

    Today we woke up at Scott AFB, went for a walk before it got too hot, and headed down the road to St. Louis. We crossed the Mississippi River; it deserves the name of muddy Mississippi!

    We went right into the museum under the Gateway Arch, bought our tickets, and were on our way up the arch within 20 minutes. It is an amazing structure with a great view of ...

    Route 66 from Springfield, IL to Saint Clair, MO

    A travel blog entry by snicoll on May 28, 2014

    8 photos

    ... 1898. After Girard there are stretches of road that still have the 1920s concrete pavement, now showing signs of weathering with cracks snaking their way through the concrete. The concrete sections continued beyond Nilwood including a spot where there are turkey tracks made while the concrete was still setting. In Carlinville I stopped at the town's square where it is paved in brick and has a number of 1880s buildings lining it. I ...