Ramada Plaza Springfield Hotel And Oasis Convention Center
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... in that time. Tastefully done and very homey. We had a really nice stay with them and hope they can spend some time with us in NY very soon.
Mollie and Marley got along with Squirt and we left them at the house while we went out.
Lambert's restaurant is a staple in Missouri. We had to wait 1/2 hour to be seated but conveniently next door was a cheese shop with ...
... fed all along the way by the look in the eyes of the hundreds of random souls that I have met. I have been told in so many ways that I am living a dream. It is a dream to see America and meet true Americans. I have been so Blessed to do just that and will continue on with an appreciation of every inspiring moment along the way.
The actual road has it's hills and valleys and bumps to endure. I get ...
... and banter with them and they made us feel so welcome.
We were given a $20 voucher for a local restaurant and drinks vouchers for the (posher) Hilton next door. We had a really blast checking in.
Our room was lovely, and the view was into the local stadium.
After a chill, we headed out to Micky Mantles. A nice restaurant situated a block away. To say the food was nice would be an understatement. We ...
... Bernstein - for county court judge". We saw it that many times I felt compelled to find out how we could bloody vote!! The way public figures advertise in the USA is madness. It's quite aggressive and it's funny to think that it works!! We found another Route 66 Visitors Centre and got chatting to the lady on duty. Madeline. She was 66 (looked 50) and was sooooo sweet. She gave us some maps (priceless) and helped us on our way. She said if we as a ...
... 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 ...