Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia (at the University of Missouri)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Columbia (at the University of Missouri)
Travel Blogs from Columbia
... horrendous things of all time: a giant Ford truck with huge tires with a license plate that read "POLUTE". 1, spell it right. 2, you're probably going to hell.
I just arrived at the Holiday Inn in Columbia, Missouri. I am fairly exhausted. I drove for eight hours today. I'm ten and a half hours from Boulder. My plan is to do a little more than half of it tomorrow, and then finish up the next day. I'm having such a great time I don't want it to end! ...
... sexual puns and deliberately mispronouncing German words; Trisha shows a general lack of social grace to Flula (check those uncomfortable expressions) and patronises a large amount of viewers.
“Ich liebe dick.”
I don’t hate Trisha. I just think she needs to be educated. Just because you were in Eminem’s video doesn’t mean your opinions are valid, Trisha. Hit up Wikipedia, then try ...
... only have the pleasure of enjoying a few more days of Missouri's hot, sticky weather before I'll be in Seattle, WA.
Actually, I really shouldn't be saying that as I don't want to anger the River Gods. I'll be storing my meager possessions within just a few hundred feet of the powerful, merciless clutches of the "Big, ...
... the pictures, so I won't list the items here. What was not on the menu but something they are famous for was the onion rings which kept coming on plates as long as we all wanted to keep eating them. They were wonderful to say the least and I ate so many that I couldn't eat my whole entrée.
There is a wonderful small repertory theatre in this little town and we were treated to a great play entitled "Big River". Some of you may ...
Beautiful morning with no humidity and a temperature of 74 degrees when we pulled out of the campground in Granite City. Almost immediately we crossed the Mississippi River and stopped for gas about a half hour later. Gas was only $3.18/gallon and we did find out that our credit card allows us to charge only a certain amount at a time. So far, we have not filled the tank totally but get close.
For most of you who know, Pat and I say a Rosary ...