Hampton Inn Saint Robert/Fort Leonard Wood
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... as we were now running low on fuel, so had another Pitt stop this time for gas. We asked where was best to stay, considering there were 3 hotels surrounding us and in full view, but he said he could get us a discount if we wanted to stay a little further up the road about 2 miles away. His boss owned it and came out for a chat with us, He gave us his card with his name + 20% discount off room rate @ EconoLodge - on Route 66, Highway Z, Saint Robert near Waynesville. ...
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. We know we'll be home tomorrow. That ...
... churches), I'm guessing religion has something to do with it. The drive through Missouri is somewhat uneventful. The landscape starts to look a little more familiar with trees that are starting to change and it's a little hilly; sort of reminds me of driving up to the cottage, just with more trees. We stop for fuel and I witness something I wouldn't have expected- my husband actually starts clothes shopping at a truck stop. I must admit, it's a well stocked store, and ...
... 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 ...
... Louis and back into Missouri - missed the St Louis Arch which we saw in the distance as we were all too hot to bother at this point and facing going into the city was too much. As it was, there was 20 sets of lights just to get back onto the freeway and on our way.
Got to the hotel and headed off to the local bar after domestic chores - a problem with laundry and being bikers - to "Taters" - not too bad - the shared steak with Sean and salad was huge.