Drury Inn Poplar Bluff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... I think this area would be interesting to spend some time touring. About 70 miles north of this area is Redbud, Illinois where my great grandfather Krienhop was born in 1875. This was Grandma Krahn's father. We came back to Cape Girardeau and ate some crawfish ettoufe at Broussard's Cajun Restaurant. It was delicious! We are now back at the camper and deciding where to go from ...
We left Carlock this morning and drove through light showers. The skies stayed blue all day, but the fall colors are still very nice. We arrived at Cape Girardeau, Mo and are staying at Cape Camping and RV Park. We are hoping for clear skies tomorrow. The farmers are all having to wait with their equipment in the fields for dryer weather before they can start combing again. We drove by the Arch in St Louis (Gateway to the West). We toured and rode to the top of the arch many years ...
... day's events because of the heavy rain but we still walked around this pleasant town. There was one apple fritter booth open and people were lined up waiting to purchase these fritters. We didn’t stand in line but we did go to Roger’s Apple Orchard Market and bought some apples along with some apple fritter donuts.
The next morning, Sunday, was beautiful so we drove the 30 minutes to Southington to attend the day’s Apple Festival events. ...
We have really been enjoying these COE Parks - $12/night for full hookups is hard to beat! Just a couple days' stop here, catching up on laundry and shopping before we head for our friends' Gary & Kathy's house near St. Louis on Thursday.
... miles one day takes ten times more effort than a hundred miles another day. Today starts with dense fog but by mid morning it clears and we find ourselves cycling on smooth flat roads. Oh what joy! Flat, flat, flat. We clip along and bury 60 miles as we pass cotton fields to the left and soya bean fields to the right. It's warm. We are both happy. The wind picks up after lunch but we ...