Ramada Plaza Springfield Hotel And Oasis Convention Center
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... of jarred pickled veggies and gifts. We walked out with 4 jars of pickles and soups for the road.
Once seated in Lambert's they start you off with rolls. They don't serve the rolls in a basket but instead throw them to each table.
You don't need to order appetizers because servers come around with different items such as fried ocra, fried potatoes, and macaroni ...
Ten Days to Texas
On this long, challenging bicycle journey, I am currently 120 miles, or 3 days west of Kansas. There I will turn south for another 2 or 3 days to knock off Oklahoma and Arkansas on my way to Texarkana at the Texas state line.
Just writing those words seems a bit surreal, but it's been like that for the entire trip. In reality, I now have over 5300 tough miles behind me ...
... Clearly a dog lover, Matt had 5 dogs, 2 retired police dogs (they retire at 8 years old). He said drug crime was on the up and was kept "real busy". He wished us on our way, and we told him to keep safe.
It got to that point where we were hungry. so we stopped at McDonalds, (for quickness, and the first on of our trip). The portions are HUGE, even the straws are wider.
As we set off, we kept and eye on the ...
... a fat kid on..... Well eggs and bacon! I had toasted bagels, and treated myself to a waffle. I tried to eat it all, but it was just SO much!!! We checked out and set off in the Mustang. St. Louis by day felt like a totally different city. It was surprisingly quiet, especially for a Monday morning. The traffic was a breeze (especially compared to Chicago!). We went to The Arch and made our way over to the spectacular sight. Mark wanted to go up the ...
... that plied the river back in the 1800's. The Arch was quite amazing to see - about 200 metres tall and with the legs the same width apart - built to honour the building of the first bridge across the Mississippi in St Louis which provided a gateway to opening up the western plains of America. There are little tramways climbing up each leg inside the arch and so Greg and I got tickets and ascended up to the top while the ...