Fairfield Inn Fort Leonard Wood St Robert
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... We sat at a table for loners in the garden, with our nout stout. Just as we upt to leave, a dozen bikers all turned up completing the scene & essence of this place, they too found there was no room at the inn. Drove along Teardrop Road and bridge over the Big Piney river fed by the Missouri River. St. Robert - near Waynesville: stopping overnight at EconoLodge on Route 66, Highway Z Somewhere In between Devil's Elbow and Saint Robert, we pulled up at a ...
6:30 am start hopefully to beat the wind and any storms coming through later. Glad to see the last of Oklahoma. Stopped in Rolla, MO. So far we've missed the rain. Rain came right after we got settled in our room. Lucky for us We seemed calmer tonight. We picked up some dinner, watched some TV. We seem to be able to not think about it every minute and had a pretty nice evening. One place. We know we'll be home tomorrow. That ...
... lot of duties- navigating, secretary, food and snack services, and photographer, just to name a few. So it shouldn't come as a surprise if from time to time, my multi-tasking results in a missed cut off, as was the case this morning. Instead of taking the interstate to Joplin, we end up taking a slightly longer route (by 15-20 minutes, no biggie in my books). We end up driving through this small town called Chouteau that had an amazing Amish bakery/store/cafe. It has to be ...
... Kansas runs only 12 miles......so we drove through to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ian was very happy that it was NOT a dry county !!!!!! So, we drove right through our fifth state and about a third of the way into our sixth. We will be staying until Friday in order to do some sight seeing and resting ...
... of detours.
The Aussie was with us but then we lost him, thinking that he had gone for fuel.
We went to Wezzy's Roadhouse in Hamel for lunch which was interesting.
We all had a fantastic ride today through the cornfields and sheltered tree lined roads. In fact, we were all a bit sad when we had to get onto the motorway to cover some of the inaccessible areas of Route 66.
Once we were back on the ride we stopped at Cuba ...