Hilton Garden Inn Springfield
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Another nice and sunny day in St. Louis. Breakfast at Denny's. We got to the Arch at round 9:00. There were ************e there. We walked right in. Dave P. had so much stuff in his pockets he filled up one of the bin when we went through security. He made it. It was nip and tuck. Jim and Dave P went right to the top of the Arch no waiting. Dave B and I waited for them. When they got off the Tram the movie on how they built the Arch just started. Good timing. From there we went ...
... up back at home next week.
Jeffrey has readied our "tiny house." The bikes are loaded and fresh water in the tank! He has added something to the cars, since they will be dormant for a while.
We have tried to think of everything. Medicines are critical. Anything else, we can pick up at Walmart. We are cleaning out the fridge, taking it with us or throwing it out. We have neighbors looking out for the house while ...
... next stop. The route 66 has many versions so there can be more than one road - there may be a 1926-1940 road or a 1941-1967 road; either way it can get a bit confusing checking you're taking the specific version of the route that you want to.
We tracked from Litchfield across to Gillespie to follow the older version of 66 up (we had been advised it was a better route). When we finally were able to find it the route did turn out to be quite ...
... oldest service station on Route 66 but it was closed. We then did a drive-by the Route 66 Drive In, and on the way spotted a place called Texas Roadhouse which looked like an ideal place to return to for dinner. This turned out to be just like the old Lone Star a Restaurants at home, even down to peanuts in their shells that they stopped serving at home (no workplace health and safety here!). After dinner we headed for our ...
... down for the night. Lincoln was the next stop on the list were there was a few tense moments as I wanted my pic taken with the giant abe Lincoln but kept driving in circles. We found it in the end and then headed out to williamsville to see the 1930s gas station. It was now hitting 645pm and we just wanted some grub and to check into the hotel so onwards to Springfield we went. Car still was reading 29 degrees at night ...