Best Western Kirkwood Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... but all I wanted to do was drive THROUGH these road works as our mission was to drive on the original course of Route 66 as much as possible. He wanted me to go back to the 1930's by-pass and I wanted to drive around the roadworks on the grass. I won because we were Brits and such.
In most places along Route 66 the original course is right through the middle of town - this is around 1926 to 1930. In the 1930's by-passes were built around the towns as traffic got heavier ...
We awoke this morning in Paducah, Kentucky at ....... that's right, a Wal-Mart. We are certainly glad that Sam Walton is an RV-er and allows motor homes to stay overnight at most of his stores. Who else can say they showered, shaved and bought hotdog buns at the same place this morning?
We passed a sign on the way in last night about a historical riverfront area of the city, so we backtracked a little to see what it was all about. ...
It's Thursday and we are visiting Carol & Sean and their brood. Iris and Josh are their two little ones from Guatemala and Shannon is their eldest sister. I had the good fortune to meet Carol when I was a financial recruiter (head hunter). She came to work for our firm in the early 80’s. She has been by my side through thick and thin: always a good friend, encouraging and supportive. It’s so wonderful to see her doting on her cute ...
... that are part of that athletic conference, so like
Duke, Washington is more of an Ivy wannabe. I’ve gotten to like visiting
university campuses. They’re usually very pleasant environments full of smart
people in a country plagued by ignorance and anti-intellectualism. Universities
are an important part of culture and contributor to it, and the U.S. still has
some of the top ones in the world, including Washington University.
... but you will also see some of the most heartbreaking things in the world. Go ahead and feel the pain and cry and let it out. You never know when it will hit you but it will hit you. For me, it was on my first trip. I was praying for the needs of each man. As they told me about not having any food to take home to their families that evening, it hit me that my dog ate better than these men and their ...