Fair Winds Cabins
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Fair Winds Cabins Cherryville
Travel Blogs from Cherryville
... to go to the toilet and we are both wondering if this guy is on uppers or something given he has been telling us he has just worked six days straight and 72 hours without sleep! But he has also been telling us that he is a single dad with two little girls, 5 and 6; he is an ex-con who did got 7 years for involuntary manslaughter; and he was in a boys' home as a youngster. OK, but what is with the jigging and the continued use of the phone which, by the way, he is quick to put ...
... old Route 66 attractions: the Wagon Wheel Motel in Cuba and, further down Highway ZZ, the Giant Rocking Chair. Back in Sullivan I spent an hour at Sudsy's doing two loads of laundry. Back at the campground I was delighted to find peace and quiet -- only four other RVs and one tent in the 50-spaces in this half of the campground. Perfect evening for sitting outside and for ...
... mph today;
3) this part of Missouri is absolutely beautiful – green wooded "hills" with farmlands on the flatter sections. Leaves have not started to turn but some farm fields are becoming dry and yellow.
So… I started off this morning thinking that it was a fairly short distance to Daniel Boone’s house and frontier village in Defiance and it was closer to 90 minutes, the last ...
... Charles was recommended by my brother-in-law and it was fun to walk down the many streets of historic buildings which have been renovated and turned into shops, inns, restaurants, and breweries or wine bars. I spent time in the interpretive center for the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site, talking about early Missouri and also current politics. Bought a book at the Main Street Bookstore and ordered "the bookstore lady's special flatbread" ...
One nice thing about only having to drive for around 5 hours a day is that you have time to do what you want and not rush doing it :)
When we arrived last night, we read that Cuba was famous for the many murals painted on buildings around town and decided to walk/drive around to see them all before Day 2 on highway. Very informative and fun. Very cute small town. So glad we spent time here!