Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... sight. Another day we drove into the quaint little town of Weston. We found some unusual shops and the Pirtle Winery. The pool was great (finally a pool warm enough for the Floridian in us to get into) and Rocky loved all the green grass.
... wind in my face all day but I pushed on and made it to where we were hoping to go. It was the first hot day I've had the entire trip and I ended up shedding a few layers of clothes. It had just gotten dark when I rode into St. Joseph. I was pretty tired from battling the wind all day and was very happy to see a dairy queen. Tomorrow I will shoot for Chillicothe which is about 75 miles from St. Joseph. Today was difficult but I made it 69 ...
Had a late lunch at Sweetie Pies in St Louis. Excellent soul food! The fried chicken was amazing - and that's saying something from someone who isn't a big fan of fried chicken.
Stopped outside of Kansas City for the day. Planning on making it to Wall, SD (home of the "famous" Wall Drug") tomorrow and then checking out Mount Rushmore on Thursday. ...
Sunday, September 23rd, we arrived at the Park Hill High School in Kansas City, MO, to meet up with grandsons, Austin & Cory. After a lunch stop for Mexican food, we traveled together to our camp site in the country at Platte City, Mo where we set up camp. The boys jumped on the bikes and quickly learned that they could fish in any of the 4 lakes on the property for a minimal charge and fishing licenses weren't required. So ...
... gone through at least 4 Springfields on our way), crossed the Illinois River and the Mississippi River, and stopped for lunch in Hannibal, Missouri. Hannibal is the birth place of Mark Twain, so his name is on everything in the area. We rode dead West all day on route 36, but the scenery was a bit better than in Illinois. More crops, but a few rolling hills, more cattle and a turn or two. At one point we passed a farm with black angus cows and we saw the biggest bull ...