La Quinta Inn Springfield East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... She's my dream. Big, quiet terminal, lots of windows. Great place to spend a couple peaceful hours. (I promise we will have more interesting posts as we get further from home) We're having lunch and practicing French. My wonderful wife is practicing hello and goodbye so I hear this,"Bon journee por ...
... Found the Springfield Brewery Company, a fun western-style IPA called The Bomb (grapefruit overtones which actually were pretty good), and the lunch special of three sliders. Relaxing to sit there and enjoy. Back early to the campground to wash some clothes, wash windows and clean up the van, empty tanks, add water, get ready for the next part of the trip. Cloudy but rain will probably go around us. Cooler temperatures - in the 70’s - ...
... old Route 66) to Springfield, the third largest city in Missouri. Found the Route 66 Visitor Center and received a pile of brochures to help me plan my time. The History Museum on the Square had an interesting display of "Victorian Springfield" at the historic Fox Theatre. The exhibit contained many photos, newspaper clippings, Victorian clothing, mementos from the era. It also documented the rapid changes that occurred once the railroad came through ...
By the time we have collected our bumblebee, chatted to the folk at Honda, and returned the hire car, it is already late afternoon so we decide to stay another night and get an early start next day. Bumblebee is running great and we are pumped for the next part of our ...
... including boat rides and zip lines.
Our next stop was Cuba where we had a light beer in The Rose which was a small local roadside bar on the outskirts of the town. We preferred to stop at these smaller places as they have suffered the most since the building of the interstates in the 1950s.
The highlight of the day was at The Elbow Bar at Devils Elbow. When we pulled up to take some photos an old biker appeared from inside and asked if I wanted a photo ...