Hampton Inn Kuttawa/Eddyville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and other animals that they take care of. All of these animals were brought to the center because they were injured or sick and could not live in the wild. The local art fair was amazing. It was far bigger than we thought it would be with unusual art work.
... talking to Steve and less time observing the landscape. We have seen it all many times before. I only have a few photos today and they are quite lame. But I will post them anyway.
We drove through St. Louis and I tried my darnedest to get another photo of the arch, but I failed. The highway put us on the lower level of the bridge crossing the Mississippi and I could not get a good look at the arch or the river. I have ...
We spent the last few days traversing the Ozarks of Missouri. They are a mound of deeply eroded limestone resulting in lots if hills of 100-600 feet elevation gain and descent, narrow roads and moderate traffic. The drivers as a group were not very patient.The result was that that the effort to ride safely left less energy to appreciate the land, communities and individuals there. But yesterday we glided across the Mississippi River into Chester, IL, ...
Today we cycled 72 miles in rolling hills to a tiny town on the Ohio River. We were accommodated in two old, historic homes overlooking the River. The homes are run as bed and breakfast stops so we enjoyed an intimate atmosphere. That evening one of our group who has a home in the area had friends treat us to a catfish BBQ in a pavilion overlooking the ...
... decided a stuffed crust pepperoni pizza and cheese sticks would be enough to get us home. I was back to drinking water and Jessica continued with her Coke, maybe Pepsi at this point northward. Two other tables of customers entered after us, three people entered for carryout, and an older man sitting adjacent to us ate alone. Our waitress ran from table to table continuing to be friendly with each guest but bogged down with duty. An empty table across from ...