Comfort Inn Macon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... interesting as well as a chance to move some muscles. We also drove through Hannibal, MO as it gears up for Tom Sawyer Day looking for a dam that is known for an eagle population. We didn't spot any but it was a worthwhile side trip.
We reserved a room at the Super 8 in Macon on the road - very reasonable rate, even including ...
... for the ol' sleep-and-dash. This is dishonest, I'm aware. The camp was nothing to write about really. It had a city sewage pond fenced neatly right beside it with signs warning to keep out. The day-use area was pretty though. I was walking around the park while talking on the phone, and left my bike unattended. A couple was walking their dog and got close to my stuff. The dog was really freaked out by my bike and wouldn't stop barking at it. It was amusing to ...
... in Moberly: LB1 Hayley (in ‘Aussie’): ‘ohn pahh’ Owen/American translation for confused Americans: ‘on par’ LB2 Curious/confused American girl: ‘So where are you from?’ Hayley (in ‘Aussie’): ‘pah-din’ (when enunciated properly: ‘pardon’) Curious/confused American girl: ‘Peru? What! You don’t sound or look like you’re Peruvian!’ ...
... of the rode and there happened to be a guy waiting there to talk to us about what we were doing. He was a health teacher at the local middle school/high school. It turns out he had ridden a bike across the country and wanted to find out more about what we are doing. They talked for quite a while and he offered us his house to stay at for the night. We still had quite a ways to go until we could call it a day but what a generous offer. He gave us his ...
... We were pleasantly surprised...LOTS of friendly people here, many of whom comfortably settled into chatting with us about the show and how excited they are that it's coming to their town. Everyone took the flyers, everyone said they'd hang them in their windows, and we felt a bit like celebrities by the time our walkaround was done.
Just goes to show you can't always pre-judge a town by it's tiny population or rural-ness (word? I don't think so, but just go with it...).