Budget Host Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the lake, but we still couldn’t get phone or WiFi connections!
We continued our touring into Monroe City. According to the literature we have in our possession, their main claim is a church from 1897with medieval styling and stain glass windows. Well you couldn’t prove it by me, it was closed up tight. Guess we would have to hire it for a wedding or reunion in order to see it.
Next stop on our tour was Florida, MO. (So far ...
OK, so here it is Thursday and as promised, another update.
As I told you, yesterday we spent all day cleaning-clothes and "home". Of course we couldn't very well do much of anything else since it was raining all day! We also watched a couple of movies. Once I said something about playing games, but Bob isn't much of a game player, so I think he just didn't answer, or maybe he didn't hear me. :The rain started ...
... IL LC center).
From the journals: The men in the boats were impressed with the beauty of the country that lay on both sides of the river. Clark observed: "Fine land above and below.... Delightful Timber of Oake ash walnut hickory &c &c." Charles Floyd remarked: " A Butifull a peas of Land as ever I saw walnut shoger tree (sugar maple) ash and mulber (mulberry) trees."
... Thus the reason we are currently sitting in an ARBY'S outside of Columbia, MO.)
After thinking about it for a while, we decided it was not a good idea to be out of touch for a week, so we went in search of a new park. Well, one reason I chose this park is because of the few listed on the internet review boards, it was the best. We drove around for about 3 hours looking and checking. NOTHING. No phone service, no internet! By ...
... we ventured on down the road to their little restaurant. There are actually two, but we went to the "A Frame" which sits on a ridge overlooking the MO River. This is where we had a lunch of brisket (BBQ of course), pulled pork, potato salad, and slaw with rolls. We enjoyed the company of our fellow "wine connoisseurs" and RVers. Except for the flying cottonwood things it was a very good lunch with lovely views.
After lunch we once again boarded the bus for the trip back ...