Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... doings for each day. Plus, we saw some pre-historic artwork today that was fascinating and are certainly worth writing home about.
First a little bit about the drive. Victor had a banner day and I really put him through the paces. Leaving Memphis we had lots of traffic and lane changes as we went from one highway to another in a surprisingly short number of miles. I tried to call out directions to assist but I often mix up right and left so I ...
... milk, Hershey....
So....... I fabricated another pull cord.. and handle fashioning a new handle out of a little piece of plywood and used a kitchen knifes point to drill a hole I could slip and tie the cord off.. and then wrap the whole affair in duct tape.. very pretty.. maybe I could sell the idea to Evinrude?
Ate in a nice little diner in st Lois and took photos with a statue of some country singer we thought was George bush but actually just taking photos of some tramp lady with a beard sat next to the statue. Got on the road and drove all afternoon arriving in st Lois in time to sort accommodation and see the famous gateway arch, 620 foot steel ...
... family on our third night there. We were woken up by the loudest screeching noise, accompanied by crashing rain and lightening. We spnt a few minutes puzzling what it was and settling on world war three, before a little knock on the door from David's wife who let us know that what we could hear was a tornado warning and asked whether we'd like to come downstairs for a while. The downstairs of the house had been converted into a flat for granny. So ...
... Saucer right across the way. $3 pints for all Missouri Beers, why not. It was what I would call a gagillion degrees outside so we did not head to the game till they were singing the anthem.
Our seats were padded so comfortable and extra sweaty, but quite nice. Since it was such a scorcher we did an inning on and off approach. One in the seats and then the next cruising the hallways looking around.
Apparently it was Fred ...