Ramada St Joseph
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada St Joseph Saint Joseph
This was just a way station on our way back home. The room was pretty generic, but there was one memorable thing about this place, they have a water part, which was included in our room cost.
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... look around since we weren’t staying but one night. Imagine our surprise when we went to Kansas City, MO to find an exciting, large city. We found a World War I museum and monument but only got to visit the grounds and a little inside. The city amazed us at how big it is and how busy it seemed to be. We rode across the river into Kansas City, KS to look around there but were surprised to find it was not as big or busy as the other Kansas ...
... Also, at the museum is Jesse James' house. You can see the bullet hole in the front parlor where he was shot and died. It is a beautiful hotel and well worth a stop if you are ever passing through Kansas Cit., St Joseph is an old town, home of Quaker Oats, has fantastic old mansions and lots of history including Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley and the James boys. After a fabulous lunch at ...
Nothing like starting the day with a wine tasting. We were the first to arrive for the 9:00 am opening. Beachaven is a quaint little winery and vineyard in Clarksville, Kentucky that was doing a brisk business by the time we left. We crossed the Ohio River at Paducah, Kentucky into Illinois. I don't mean to insult Illinois (too much), but I felt like a corrupt, ethically challenged ...
... sight. Another day we drove into the quaint little town of Weston. We found some unusual shops and the Pirtle Winery. The pool was great (finally a pool warm enough for the Floridian in us to get into) and Rocky loved all the green grass.
... at 3pm. It was 2:50 when we walked in and asked if it was too late to eat. No one was in the place, but us and the wait staff. They said sure, come on in, so we did. It was a very nice and clean place. After we had ordered, another group of three came and ordered, so we didn't feel so bad. The menu included a couple of choices for salad, five or six entrees to pick from, and five deserts to select from. We both ordered ...