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Made it to Springfield at 10pm after long journey.
Stopped at some impressive caves supposedly were Jessie James hid out.
Stopped in a few different places and drove past a lot of wineries..
took a detour through Cuba (no i didn't get lost).
Will add some more photos when i arrive in Oklahoma. about to head there ...
... our trip. The directions seemed easier to follow and Joanie and I hardly got lost. We met a group of New Zealanders on the road who are driving route 66. All their cars say "Kiwis on route 66" Tonight we are getting our kicks on, we're hitting the town. Speak ...
I felt horrible so thankfully Vicki began the drive first, but being a passenger didn't help much. We had a singalong to help. Once we were about 100 miles away we stopped off to get some snacks and swapped over. Thankfully my thumping headache disappeared once I had to focus on driving. With a few minor stumbles trying to turn off too early we arrived at Best ...
... the journey was a struggle but the breeze and sun was lovely. We slowly headed back to the hotel, stopping off for a rainbow Popsicle under the arch, then picked up the suitcases and car and set off on our four hour journey to Springfield ...
... became known as the trail of tears due to the thousands of Cherokee deaths on the journey and those who perished because of the relocation. The trial travelled through the Springfield area, via the Old Wire Road and now is interstate 44.
We headed over to a pavillion, open air, at the hotel, had a few drinks and ordered pizza. Very early start tomorrow as we have another near 500 km to travel.
Will post photo's later as internet not flash here
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking