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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We drove from Tennessee through Kentucky, Illinois and into Missouri. We spent the night in Springfield. And although we drove into a gorgeous sunset our motel was quite awful. It is the only time we had a poor experience. Nevertheless, we got up the next morning, ...
... to it! Ali, my big sister, is taking me to buy a new dress to wear to the wedding! My other sister, Karli, is putting together a backpack with plenty of things for traveling. My entire family has been amazing in helping me to prepare. My aunt and uncle will be in DC during my layover and they are trying to figure out if they can come see me for a visit before I fly to Germany. I ...
We saw more of rural Missouri today. Our first stop was Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, which was the first major Civil War battle west of the Mississippi. It also saw the first Union general killed in combat. This site is very similar to the one we saw yesterday...driving tour with several stops to get out and look around. But, honestly, the land at a battlefield is just generally ...
... inspires me and other riders to want to be more like her - this is something many riders have commented on. We rode together for 75mi and even crossed through 3 states! We finished off Arkansas after 350mi in 4 days (yowza!) and crossed state line into Oklahoma, and then Missouri, and then Oklahoma again. It was confusing which state border we were on at some points, but in total crossed Missouri for about 10mi and have ...
... of making this time go faster. I'm babysitting and volunteering as much as possible. I'll have two weeks after school starts for the kids before I leave, so I won't be babysitting. I'll have more time to volunteer here in town. I'm buzzing with excitement as I write this and think about my future. Another way to fill up my summer schedule is a mixture of church camp, learning Italian, and reading books published about Italy.