Days Inn Blytheville
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... nice but I saw too many confederate flags on cars to get out and chat up random people. ;) A gay guy does not stop in Kentucky, he simply drives through it. lol. All kidding aside, KY was a beautiful state and a very fun part of the road to drive on.
Today was great an relaxing. It's getting warmer! I'm loving this trip. Tomorrow ...
... day's events because of the heavy rain but we still walked around this pleasant town. There was one apple fritter booth open and people were lined up waiting to purchase these fritters. We didn’t stand in line but we did go to Roger’s Apple Orchard Market and bought some apples along with some apple fritter donuts.
The next morning, Sunday, was beautiful so we drove the 30 minutes to Southington to attend the day’s Apple Festival events. ...
... really report, we both woke up early this morning....could not sleep, could be because I took a nap yesterday afternoon and went to bed at 9:30 last night.....So we still have to make a choice of what we are going to do after this.....we have been gathering info, so that we make the best choice.....so until then CYA down the ...
We left St. Charles and headed downtown to St. Louis. John wanted to see the St. Louis Arch and go up to the top of it. Unfortunately, there wasn't any parking for RV’s anywhere close to the Arch. We drove around the Arch at least 3 times trying to find a place to park. There were plenty of places for cars, but none for us. We finally found a parking lot about 5 or 6 blocks away. They advertised $25.00 parking for ...
Tuesday morning we left early on our way back to Charlotte. We have been watching the weather since Sunday and seem to be avoiding the really bad stuff. The worst of the storm went by us on Monday night when we were at the Dutton Show. They made an announcement that they were watching the warnings and if something happened they would lead us down ...