Hampton Inn Jefferson City At Capital Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... it reassembled on the campus of the college then compiled lots of stuff to make the museum. Actually it is very interesting and the church is very nice. The church actually dates from 1161. The museum consist of a timeline of his life highlighting his political and military career. I highly recommend it if you are in this area and looking for something different.
After spending a couple of hours reading about Churchill, we ventured over to an auto museum. ...
... IL LC center).
From the journals: The men in the boats were impressed with the beauty of the country that lay on both sides of the river. Clark observed: "Fine land above and below.... Delightful Timber of Oake ash walnut hickory &c &c." Charles Floyd remarked: " A Butifull a peas of Land as ever I saw walnut shoger tree (sugar maple) ash and mulber (mulberry) trees."
... plugged in, only the 50 amp breaker was turned off, so he turned them all off and then turned on only the 50 amp breaker and it worked. Also there is a sign underneath the plugs telling the max amps and the 50 amp actually states not more than 40 amps. But at least we have electricity, so we finished setting up "home". We sat around for a while then we noticed we had no service on our phones and were unable to get internet on any of ...
... Then we went into a room full of oak barrels. This is where the wine is "resting" and getting ready to bottle. After the tour we got to taste several of their wines. There were a couple of dry ones, but for the most part they were pretty good (as far as my educated palate could tell). There were three that stood out for me, so of course I had to buy them. Now I have 7 bottles of wine to carry around for the next 2 months, because I know I will not drink them all.
Because how else does one one prepare for a hike except by downloading apps?
It's dawning on us that we really are doing this in just a month. I keep googling "TMB fitness level" hoping to find reassurance that my daily flat walks to and from work are somehow preparing me for mountain trekking. Google has not offered much reassurance as of yet.
Tonight Mike is reading our guidebook and I'm testing Travelpod.