Wildwood Springs Lodge
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One nice thing about only having to drive for around 5 hours a day is that you have time to do what you want and not rush doing it :)
When we arrived last night, we read that Cuba was famous for the many murals painted on buildings around town and decided to walk/drive around to see them all before Day 2 on highway. Very informative and fun. Very cute small town. So glad we spent time here!
... on the way here were the multitude of signs (seriously there might have been 50 of them!) for Meramec Caverns nearby. Jesse James' hide out, apparently. We decided to skip it and the Wax Museum, too.
I was impressed with Bern's ability to spot License Plates. I would get distracted with maps, reviews and scenery and he was ...
... Lots of interesting history from the 12 women who originally explored it, to the days as an underground speakeasy, to the concerts held down there for years! I am so glad I stopped. It is the only drive-through cavern in North America, and there are only 3 others in the world.
Tomorrow, heading for Mason, Ohio. There's snow on the way here, but I think I will miss most of it (fingers crossed)!
This resort is another one with a beautiful pool (and another one available to us through Resort Parks International).
We went into Hermann, toured the Stone Hill Winery, the Hermann Wurst Shoppe, stopped in a Brewery (for Greg, of course), and then had a bite of BBQ. A good day, despite the oppressive heat (which seems to be the theme of this summer's travels!)
... the second, at Dwight. Route 66 is famed for its old-fashioned gas stations, some of which have been kept in/restored to their original condition and make fascinating time capsules of life in the 30's and 40's. The couple curating the Texaco station in Dwight were very friendly and keen to tell us all about the place, having both lived there all their lives. They also had several maps to place pins to show where you'd come from, so we pushed a pin into Ottery ...