The Hiding Place Bed and Breakfast

Address: 309 E Oak St, Warrenton, Missouri, 63383-1509, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 309 E Oak St, Warrenton, is near Warrenton Outlet Center.
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          Washington, Missouri

          A travel blog entry by davidandmarlene on Oct 01, 2015

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          It has suddenly become cooler, but we aren’t complaining. Yesterday we had a short visit to the nearby zoo, where the penguins in their icy enclosure are Benny’s favourite animals.

          So far our plans have been altered because of bushfire, rock falls and high altitude, and last night we heard of Hurricane Joachin which is due to hit the East Coast just as ...

          Germans move from Philadelphia to Hermann in 1837

          A travel blog entry by fulkss on Sep 21, 2015

          2 comments, 15 photos

          ... until they discovered that the area was perfect for growing grapes and the Hermann wine industry began.

          The Hermann Historic District is extensive with well-preserved homes turned into B&B's. The town museum is contained in the 1872 German School which housed a bilingual school where courses were taught in both English and German. Filled with seven rooms of artifacts, the museum documents ...

          Hermann Historical city

          A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jul 06, 2015

          1 photo

          ... site that has been cleaned up and much of returned to nature. The original site was used by the military and the Atomic Energy commission to produce TNT , DNT, and to process uranium for various munitions. The site was totally cleaned up and the most toxic contaminants were placed in sealed and capped mound on the site.
          I also stopped along the Katy Trail which ...

          Cancun Mexico

          A travel blog entry by jasmine5 on Apr 03, 2015

          We just returned from one week at the bahia principe akumel resort in cancun mexico. The beach front room was the highlight. Listening to the ocean waves all night was wonderful. The weather was amazing and the the people and food was great. We will go ...

          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 ...