Residence Inn St. Louis Westport Plaza
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... security just as I was showing back up to claim it. Unfortunately on the other side of me was a large man (I couldn't sit straight up in my seat without pressing into his shoulder) who was quite pessimistic and grouchy. He reminds me of a movie character I can't quite place. (The character is a big, grouchy, vulgar Irishman with gray hair and big nose. Someone help me think of the movie!! Please!). Ben was a great contrast to this man's griping ...
... chocolate and pecans), my father got a small Cardinal Sin
concrete and my mother got a regular size with Abaco Mocha and chocolate. They were
very busy but they filled the orders quickly and accurately so the line moved fast. The
parking area is tight for the number of people they attract and we saw several “near
misses” in the lot, so I wonder how often they have accidents in the parking lot.
Back at the hotel we walked around and looked ...
... very overexcited when we realised they were at the motel! That was the last time we've them/their names in a guest book, so either they're really slow or they were heading in a different direction! Carrying on through Missouri, we headed towards Springfield (there's on in every state) and the Kansas border. There weren't many roadside attractions, apart from the worlds biggest rocking chair! Route 66 travels through Kansas for only 13 miles, but ...
... going on a faster pace on Hwy 44. Back on Rte 66, in Baxter Springs, there was the last of three Marsh Arch bridges, named for their designer, called the Rainbow Bridge, and a restored 1930's era Phillips 66 Station that is on the National Historic Register. Moving down the road to Marshfield, we found a model of the Hubble Telescope because Marshfield is Dr. Hubble's hometown. Then it was on to the ...