Super 8 Springfield/Battlefield Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of jarred pickled veggies and gifts. We walked out with 4 jars of pickles and soups for the road.
Once seated in Lambert's they start you off with rolls. They don't serve the rolls in a basket but instead throw them to each table.
You don't need to order appetizers because servers come around with different items such as fried ocra, fried potatoes, and macaroni ...
... to endure all that lives, breathes, and happens on the little lines on that map. Most of it has been wondrously amazing and filled with a spirit that transcends miles above what I could ever accomplish. The lines on that beloved map are also getting just a bit shorter every day. Just a bit shorter, but I'm doing my best.
What carries me is the notion that I may in some way be helping people. That notion ...
... he pulled out his harmonica (not a euphemism) and started to play songs... at us. If there had been a dictionary handy, and we looked up the word CRINGE, a photo of Marks face at that moment would have been printed. He was SOOOOOO lovely, but it was time to be on our way... after the 4th tune!!!
After a while, we stopped for fuel. A local Sherif, (Sherif Matt) for the local K-9 section, pulled up to give his pooches a ...
... terms). There was also a lady cashier who they were winding up (she seemed a bit.....special), and they were trying to convince her that it would only take me 3 hours to het back to the UK via the new Atlantic tunnel. I couldn't keep it up for long, she was so gullible! When I said it was actually about 10 hours, she asked if that was via plane or car....... Bless her!! We stopped at a quant Antiques Mall. You can find all sorts of **** in these ...
... 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 ...