Fairfield Inn Joplin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and drove to the southwestern part of Missouri that my mother grew up in, the town Carterville, was in poor shape. But the neighboring town looked quit good. Having heard about all the towns in the area, all my life, it was interesting to actually get to see ...
... connected with a girl in Triuggio, the town in which I will be staying. Her name is Lucrezia and she has a twin brother named Gabriele. Lucrezia is very friendly and she has agreed to help me with my Italian if I help her with her English. I look forward to meeting Lucrezia, Gabriele, and the many other students at my new school!
College Heights Christian, my own school here ...
It will be difficult for our guardian angel to top yesterday. The invite to the Pyles' home and Barto's chicken. Some of us started the Fourth off by joining some of the locals for a short cycle around Pittsburg. I broke off early from the ride to view the miner's memorial. The memorial is a tribute to the immigrants who settled Southeast Kansas and worked in the Weir-Pittsburg coal ...
... tribe had agreed to be relocated from Missouri to the Niosho River by treaty in 1810. A series of mission schools were established between 1824 and 1842 by Presbyterians and later by Catholics, but all failed to convert the Indians to Christianity or to alter their hunting ...
... with a bunch of historical markers & information. We do appreciate the history behind it all though, and generally leave knowing a little more than when we arrived. The next stop was the George Washington Carver National Monument. It is not too far off the Interstate, but feels like the middle of nowhere (of course there wasn't anything exciting on the Interstate either). We learned a ...