Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Miami
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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We knew we had a 700 mile plus day ahead so we left Denver in the dark, just before 6am to beat the rush hour ("Colorful Colorado" wasn't very colorful). It was a little cool (around 50), misty and very windy. Daylight came around 7 but I don't think we saw the sun till after 2. Just damp and misty with a strong head wind (in our face) for ...
... learned the difference between a battle and a skirmish. To be considered a battle, several conditions must have been met: the armies of the two sides must actually face each other to fight; both sides must have a representative flag; each side must have a complete army including calvary. As noted in the Jefferson City museum, Missouri’s peoples were split in their support of the Union and the Confederate ...
... and turns to try and stay on route. Probably a bit of a blessing for the pillion navigator who has a fair bit of work to do to keep us on track! Today saw a ride through a number of small towns out in the country. One of the one horse towns, actually I think it was a donkey that was left in the town - the horse left - we came across Halltown where there was this really quaint, original building which housed the Whitehall Mercantile Antiques ...
... 84 hand-painted Biblical murals and 30 Bible stories in stained glass. The elevation where we're staying is 1,433 feet, and high temperatures have been in the low-90's, lows in the mid-70's, and sunny. It's still VERY HOT and we're starting to whine about it -- hopefully, as we travel east it'll cool down a bit. Tomorrow we leave for Branson, MO, and plan to enjoy some of the shows that Branson is famous ...
... memories of him. Not near as many as I would like. It was an honor to have known him. our lives are so short and it is important to spend the time with your loved ones to develop the memories of shared time together. Bud was a person I will never forget and am proud to call him Dad.
I was surprised to see the amount of Route 66 that remains in the Miami/Joplin area as so much ...