Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center - Columbia
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Stopping for the night in Columbia Missouri after taking a picture of Beetle Bailey. I remember reading Beetle Bailey in the funny pages every day. We had a great day taking the back roads instead of I-70. Saw tons of barns and great houses along the ...
Today was a day of driving we drove 294 miles however we did drive through Kansas City and made a stop at a rather unique toy store. Moon Marble is a Kansas treasure. It is this cute and quirky store that specializes in marbles but there is also a glass artist that does demos there and creates really beautiful and unique pieces! All the toys here are very cool and most are not ones you see in Target or Toys R Us. The girls had such ...
... to Mexico, Columbia and now Florida.) Florida has the distinction of being the actual birthplace of Samuel Langhorn Clemons. There in the Mark Twain State Park, they have the actual house he was born in back in 1835. They also have some pictures of Florida through the years. We drove over to what used to be a bustling little town, now it has a couple of churches (Methodist (old) and Presbyterian (new))a school building (old) about three houses and a ...
I spent a frustrating couple of days around Columbia MO. Probably a nice town but it left a bad impression. It was going to be a rainy and stormy day so I thought I would visit an anthropology museum. Either the address was wrong or the GPS took me on a wild route and I ended up in the middle of the UoM campus. I walking around continuing to look and ended up in the middle of the quadrangle. Beautiful spot but not near where I was supposed to be and ...
... 36. In less than an hour down the road, the terrain is as flat as can be. Such a change!
Beltway around Denver had no traffic and we got on Route 70 East at 7 AM- the highway that we will be on the rest of the trip!
7:20 AM - quick coffee, restroom stop.
Eastern Colorado is very flat, open farmland. Many windmills.
9:30 AM - Kansas. 72 & sunny. ("lose" an hour with time change but keeping it same ...