Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Joplin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and cars ditch parking causing us to Thank the Lord for safe passage. The Joplin area had rain and then 3 inches of snow while we were sleeping like Babes in Toyland.
Even though we called ahead for a reservation at the Joplin KOA, we arrived to unplowed roads and buried in the snow campsites! A curious site at the park was the rim of residents at the back of the park...a little chilly for year round living, isn' t it? I don't think they're transients. If so, they ...
... and drove to the southwestern part of Missouri that my mother grew up in, the town Carterville, was in poor shape. But the neighboring town looked quit good. Having heard about all the towns in the area, all my life, it was interesting to actually get to see ...
Left St Louis crossed the Mississippi River not much corn growing here more beans. Wee are using a Garment GPS to get directions on where Route 66 is. The GPS is always trying to send us back onto the highway. Some times we come to. An intersection the Route 66 sign points left the GPS says go right, very easy to get lost. No one on the road for miles. The worry is getting turned around and ending up back in Chicago. Heading into Kansas ...
... connected with a girl in Triuggio, the town in which I will be staying. Her name is Lucrezia and she has a twin brother named Gabriele. Lucrezia is very friendly and she has agreed to help me with my Italian if I help her with her English. I look forward to meeting Lucrezia, Gabriele, and the many other students at my new school!
College Heights Christian, my own school here ...
... with a bunch of historical markers & information. We do appreciate the history behind it all though, and generally leave knowing a little more than when we arrived. The next stop was the George Washington Carver National Monument. It is not too far off the Interstate, but feels like the middle of nowhere (of course there wasn't anything exciting on the Interstate either). We learned a ...