Days Inn & Suites Maryville
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... as hell. Now comes the hard part, im here at a rest area off of rte 29n near mound city, MO. Its still in the mid 80's and im a hot sticky mess gettin bit to **** by mosquitoes, im dreading having to climb into the back of the van and goin to bed, oh well its gotta be done. I'll catch up with you tomorrow when i finally get to South ...
Thursday afternoon, Wanee. Warm, Florida summer afternoon. Enjoying the early afternoon music, throwing Frisbee across the main stage yard (earlier in week Sam made the full-out best Frisbee catch I've ever seen- and it was in front of a few cute hippie chicks, that’s the ultimate "hey, cute hippie ladies" moment possible) we decided to hit the river and the dark, chilly water of the Suwanee River. After a 20-25 minute walk and some of the ...
... picture on the quiet and pristine morning before shoving off- me driving, on account of Sam sleeping about all of 20 minutes the preceding night.
Today was a travel day- but also a lazy day. And a special day: our first day camping. After the preceding three nights of meretriciousness nothing sounded better than a nice, quiet campsite on a lake. We drove West across Missouri, then took a hard tack North into Kansas, ...
... the trail. We started in Boonville and headed out to Rocheport. We had limited time because we had to check out of the hotel, so the original plan was to bike around 40 miles. We got to Rocheport and stopped for a drink (see photo). We enjoyed the little train depots we saw along the way, and we took a photo of a beautiful tile silo. Very unique. The day was overcast which was wonderful because it was terribly hot and humid, and ...
There were 2 hotels in town. I stopped at the nicer looking chain one, but they had nothing on the first floor, and I had a huge load of **** to haul into the room. Went to the second one. The room was tiled, yet still managed to smell like wet dog. The owners were very nice ...