La Quinta Inn Springfield East
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... to let him know we were close. His response: "Good luck finding it." We got to the foot of his driveway and not sure if it was it we had to admit defeat. I called him and he let us know that we had it right and to drive down this long gravel driveway.
Tucked away in a peaceful wooded area is their charming home. They have been there for 15 years and completely remodeled ...
... to endure all that lives, breathes, and happens on the little lines on that map. Most of it has been wondrously amazing and filled with a spirit that transcends miles above what I could ever accomplish. The lines on that beloved map are also getting just a bit shorter every day. Just a bit shorter, but I'm doing my best.
What carries me is the notion that I may in some way be helping people. That notion ...
... it's not illegal to smoke in restaurants, it felt naughty!
We then set off for our last stretch before reaching the hotel. Oklahoma state had a really good feel to it and driving into Downtown was even nicer.
We checked into the Hotel (another Hampton Inn). We thought the service was good at St. Louis, but **** me, this was something else! Stephen, and the other check-in girls were SO hospitable. We had a ...
... Route 66 a few years back on a PUSHBIKE!!! We got chatting. They were adorable. Mark went for a wee at the shop (all shops have restrooms, some much cleaner than others, but you gotta go when you gotta go!). There was a sign on the wall aimed at people who intended to shoplift that said "This is your butthole" with a small black circle then under that it said "This is your butthole in prison" with a mich bigger circle under it followed by ...
... out the great museum. There were a few small windows at the top which gave a great view to the West to the city which is in Missouri and East out over the river to Illinois. We took some photos and then it was back on the road and onto the Meremac Caverns, which are a huge cave network deep underground that apparently Jesse James the outlaw used as shelter because they were so big he could run all his men and horses ...