DoubleTree Hotel Springfield
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... to Internet. One of our touring days is 11 hours long. I think it’s fair to say we will be busy. Updates may not come in a timely fashion. Please don’t worry mom and dad ~ we are okay. :)
* The flights. Oooooooo the flights. There is no way one can get excited about sitting in economy class on any plane for 13 hours but add to it a 3-3-3 seat configuration with a tall husband…. this equates ...
... of jarred pickled veggies and gifts. We walked out with 4 jars of pickles and soups for the road.
Once seated in Lambert's they start you off with rolls. They don't serve the rolls in a basket but instead throw them to each table.
You don't need to order appetizers because servers come around with different items such as fried ocra, fried potatoes, and macaroni ...
... fed all along the way by the look in the eyes of the hundreds of random souls that I have met. I have been told in so many ways that I am living a dream. It is a dream to see America and meet true Americans. I have been so Blessed to do just that and will continue on with an appreciation of every inspiring moment along the way.
The actual road has it's hills and valleys and bumps to endure. I get ...
... it's not illegal to smoke in restaurants, it felt naughty!
We then set off for our last stretch before reaching the hotel. Oklahoma state had a really good feel to it and driving into Downtown was even nicer.
We checked into the Hotel (another Hampton Inn). We thought the service was good at St. Louis, but **** me, this was something else! Stephen, and the other check-in girls were SO hospitable. We had a ...
... make it through this journey and still be together at the end, we'd have a long happy marriage! We continued our journey through the Mid-West and stumbled into a town called Cuba. We stopped for gas (a 5 litre Ford Mustang costs the equivalent of £40 to fill up, which is less than my 1.4 Astra..... TAKES THE ****!!!). Anyway, we got chatting to a cashier who was in the middle of some banter with a customer (we assumed a regular as they were on ...