Inn at Grand Glaize
Travel Blogs from Osage Beach
Blake's brother is a Marine stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Missouri. We were able to see him for the day and relax by the Lake a little. It is an amazing lake. It is huge and has numerous different stretches that reach out from it like a web. Very nice ...
After our short trip in Lamar, Missouri we are heading towards St. Louis which is the home of the St. Louis cardinals and many exciting places such as the St. Louis arch. We will also be visiting the town of Independence where President Truman lived, worked, and met his wife. Independence, Missouri is very famous for ...
... our way and got inside the theater
without getting more than a few raindrops on us. The movie was….how should I say it….
enlightening. If you haven’t had the
chance to see it, please do. Just don’t
expect a happy ending.
When we arrived at camp, there was only two other
trailers in the camp. But prospects of better
weather soon filled the full hookup spaces ...
... eensy place called Peers, to the very cool Concord Hill Bed and Breakfast. The owners took us with them to a winery to hear some live music and eat pizza and now, here we are, ready to crash. Tomorrow we are going to ride 15 miles to a town called Augusta and we might just call it good there. We'll see how it goes.
Enough narrative! Here's some fun factuals:
1. The summer before Guy entered his senior year in high school, ...
... so we end up at Dominicos up the street. Manicotti for Suzan and Tortellini for Jason. Both good and boy have we missed pasta Dr Atkins! We enjoy the wine of the month which is a 2009 William Hill Cabernet Sauvignon from the Central Coast. It was very good and fit well with the meal. We decide to head home and chill out for a bit. Jason smokes a cigar he has from his cigar night in West Des Moines and enjoys the first sips of his porto he bought. And it is off to ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service