Days Inn & Suites Springfield on I-44
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... t be long now and we’ll be off. We are ready for a vacation. We are super excited to visit China!! We feel good about this trip and we are finally counting down the days!!
PS : Kamie would like to add that we have been told foreign visitors are usually secretly videotaped in their hotel rooms by the Chinese government so we are to keep this in mind. He is planning a nightly dance for the rooms, just in case. ...
... in that time. Tastefully done and very homey. We had a really nice stay with them and hope they can spend some time with us in NY very soon.
Mollie and Marley got along with Squirt and we left them at the house while we went out.
Lambert's restaurant is a staple in Missouri. We had to wait 1/2 hour to be seated but conveniently next door was a cheese shop with ...
... He had Karma, a ten month old pupp. She was on training to become a narcotics dog and was so lively and lovely. She loved to stand on her back legs using her front paws to hold our arms. Her tail didnt stop wagging whilst she was being fussed. He then brought out Hazard, who was named after her profession, she was an explosives sniffer dog. She was 3 years old who was just SO affectionate. You could tell they were happy ...
... We decided to stop for some dinner at a Route 66 diner in a place called st. Roberts (MO). It was a fifties diner and the food was amazing. The portions were spectacular too! Along the way we kept seeing a chain of fuel stations called Kum & Go. I kept s******ing. We arrived at the hotel in Springfield quite late and were ready for bed. It was more of a Motel than the usual Best Westerns you see. We went to bed and slept hard!! What a fun, full ...
... the maps were upside down! Anyway after much laughter and smartarse comments from the males, we resorted to the GPS to get us back on the freeway and onto St Louis. We wanted to see the huge Gateway Arch in St Louis and so we wound our way through the over passes and under passes and found some parking right on the banks of the Mississippi River, parking on the old bricks that were tie up points for the many hundreds of ...