BEST WESTERN Shalimar Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
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... wasn't that helpful. We crossed the Mississippi on a old, narrow, 2-lane bridge that had concrete barriers on each side with trucks in front, behind, and beside. Victor was Steady Eddie while I was the one rattled. Later in the drive we had to maneuver through some narrow country roads with no shoulders. We even came upon a one-lane river crossing with no edges that appeared to be washed out due to some recent heavy rains. The tires of the trailer just ...
... the summer you can swim in the spring fed lake. In old winters we could skate on it, but no longer does it get cold enough.
I spent all of Monday working on my visa to India! lots of challenges with webpages, forms, photos... I sent it today!
... our space buff, was pleased to see it. Marshfield is a small town and doesn't look like it's changed much over the years.
From there we continued East and stopped when we saw a sign advertising an outlet store selling Missouri made walnut bowls. We were intrigued and stopped in. They not only had the bowls but also hunting knives and Spode china.
A real surprise was our stop at the vacuum museum in ...
Not part of the original plan to be going through St. Louis now
We did a Priceline deal at the very last minute coming into St. Louis (I didn't think it would work, but Tony insisted), and I was impressed with how great a place it got us, we were able to walk RIGHT across the street to the Arch! (And of course, the hotel wasn't too shabby either - perhaps the best place we'll stay on ...
... Joe's, but nothing seemed to help!
Thankfully, after dinner in Lincoln, Nebraska, the bus temperature began to fall and we were able to rest for the night.
Students (and teachers!) are anxiously awaiting the early morning stop for breakfast In Dubois, Wyoming at the Cowboy Cafe.