Jefferson City Days Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and spent an hour at the Osage Animal clinic (which is a wonderful clinic...love them...they didn't gauge us for being out-of-towners with a weekend emergency!). Anna now has a diagnosis, "anterior uveitis". We think it happened when she hit her eye on the interior of the car when we had to slam on the brakes. Antibiotics and pain killers are the treatment. Oh by the ...
Stopping for the night in Columbia Missouri after taking a picture of Beetle Bailey. I remember reading Beetle Bailey in the funny pages every day. We had a great day taking the back roads instead of I-70. Saw tons of barns and great houses along the ...
... towns that maybe in its day was bustling, but now it’s just one antique store after another. We walked up one side of the street and down the other, which was the town.
Today we drove back south again to Fulton, MO to visit the National Churchill Museum. Yes there is a museum to Winston Churchill in MO. In 1946 he gave a speech at Westminster College. Several years later to commemorate the event, they bought an old church from London, England ...
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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."
Skipping breakfast we made our way to the local Farmers Market and enjoyed fresh coffee and fresh fruit. We strolled through town, which was very deserted and ended up at the Liberty Memorial which gave us a great view of the KC skyline! We were interested to learn, here and see more about the Jazz In the area and sneeked into the museum. Charles "Charlie" Parker, Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, ...