Super 8 Miami
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... finally came out and temperatures rose into the 80's as we approached Witchita. Took a quick spin through the city, a pretty town with little traffic downtown. Rush hour out was a little heavier as we left going east. The final leg between Witchita and Joplin, MO (about 200 miles and 3 hours) was mostly on this quiet scenic road with 65 ...
Woods Grocery Store was a good place to replenish groceries this morning. Then I drove southwest to the small town of Lamar and to the Harry S Truman Birthplace State Historic Site. President Truman was born in this small frame house in 1884 and lived here for the first eleven months of his life. Hannah showed me around the restored house which was donated to the state by the United Auto Workers. It is furnished in period ...
... picturesque Jasper County Courthouse. Quite frankly, this building reminded us more of something you would see in Bavaria rather than in Missouri. Inside was an old elevator manned by an equally old lady whom I wondered how many times a day she travelled up and down particularly given there were only three floors anyway. Carthage is a distinctive old Route 66 town. Originally Carthage was founded in 1842 and after Civil War rebels attacked and burnt down ...
... are little beggars -- I found out they like Cheerios! I had to take a picture of a big building mural in Joplin -- talk about beautiful public art. Today I visited the Precious Moments Chapel and Gardens in Carthage, MO -- there are rolling hills, wooded areas, streams, and gardens with statuary and fountains that blend beautifully with the natural setting. The chapel itself reflects the true artistry of ...
... on the out-skirts of Miami, right on Route 66.
Carl and I spent some time visiting the grave sites. My dad left us much to early and I miss him still. I appreciated the opportunity to take the side trip as I am not sure when we will be back in the area.
After visiting the cemetery, we drove around Miami, Joplin, and Carthage looking at the Route 66 sites. There is a ...