Days Inn & Suites Maryville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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I made a good run today my friends, got through 3 states and put 716 more miles on the van. I hit the road this morning at 9:35 am est and continued along route 64w through the rest of kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and finally met up with route 70 in missouri where the afternoon temps peaked at 110 degrees F, it was brutal, the ...
... watching of the weekend (seriously, they had a “Traveling Stage” towed by a truck with a blues band tearing some riffs apart) there was simply no place better in existence. I was lucky to enjoy more than one of those moments that summer.
While some of the group felt sufficient simply enjoying the scene while wading in the water to cool off, others thought it’d be a great idea to climb slippery rocks and swing out into the ...
... ourselves back in the northwest tip of Missouri straddling the border with Nebraska.
By now we were truly in different parts. Cornfields and farms stretched for miles, the slanted hills and bluffs along the low highways and farm tools and barns peeked out between vast expanses of flatness. For miles. We traveled to the nearest “city” for provisions for the evening, not sure if we were in Missouri or Nebraska (but ...
... 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 ...