Super 8 Maryville
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So, it occurred to me I had to leave for this trip very last minute.
I am an amazing trip planner, but somehow threw myself through this
doozy. Best advice I can give to fellow travelers: avoid booking
your hotel ahead of time. I mean, if you are going to a weekend
event that is annual or somewhat popular nationally, different story.
My story? I woke up an hour later than ...
... fall below triple digits until about 7:30 pm cntrl. I took a short break to do some shopping at a walmart on the way and it was so nice to get in out of that heat. That and a couple fill ups were the only stops again today, todays driving was all done in boxers and i think i got a few weird looks when i did my gas stops, oh well i ...
... fracture with no movement; right on the other hand was a spiral with definite bone displacement. Since it was Friday before Easter weekend, there weren’t a whole lot of physicians around to do anything about it. We continued to Nashville (where I could and did repeatedly move the bones in my broken right hand in sadistic amusement), and at 230am after our night of carousing on Broadway (and a whisky for the road) I taxied to a hospital ER. ...
... br> R: Wide Awake
Of course, Sam stopped to affectionately say goodbye to his new special lady friend (“We’re leaving”), left his contact information (“I don’t do that”) and exchanged pleasantries (“We’re on a very tight schedule, I have to go I can’t do you again”) like a consummate gentleman. After saying our goodbyes to Aaron and enjoying more hospitality, we took ...
... took several washes to get it out!
Our next stop was Ted's brother's home in Savannah, Missouri, only about 2.5 hours away. It seemed like such a quick trip compared to the previous two days. We have enjoyed a wonderful evening with Dan and his wife Joan. We ate dinner at the 54th Street Grill in St. Joseph, and we have enjoyed all the green around us. They need to share some of this abundant rain with us Tennessee folks. Life is good. ...