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Travel Blogs from Springfield
Made it to Springfield at 10pm after long journey.
Stopped at some impressive caves supposedly were Jessie James hid out.
Stopped in a few different places and drove past a lot of wineries..
took a detour through Cuba (no i didn't get lost).
Will add some more photos when i arrive in Oklahoma. about to head there ...
... our trip. The directions seemed easier to follow and Joanie and I hardly got lost. We met a group of New Zealanders on the road who are driving route 66. All their cars say "Kiwis on route 66" Tonight we are getting our kicks on, we're hitting the town. Speak ...
... 66 Haven. By far my favourite looking hotel so far - less like the standard global chain buildings, the complex looks like rows of cottages. As Springfield was the birthplace of Route 66 plans the hotel is decorated with novelty memorabilia. They have two Cadillac cars outside, with an open pool and hot tub. We quickly put the suitcases in the room, got changed ...
... the journey was a struggle but the breeze and sun was lovely. We slowly headed back to the hotel, stopping off for a rainbow Popsicle under the arch, then picked up the suitcases and car and set off on our four hour journey to Springfield ...
... Springfield Road. So, enough history for now as we will ride this road on the way back to LA.
The Louisana Purchase - Missouri was included in 1803. To the west, 500 Kickapoo Native Americans built their wickiups on the priairie that still bears their name which we passed on the way in.
The Trial of Tears - in 1938, the Cherokee were forced from their land in Tennesse, Alabama, North Carolina and Georgia then moved to the "Indian Territory". ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility