Super 8 Sullivan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Sullivan
Travel Blogs from Sullivan
... set in pleasant green rolling hills on the banks of the wide Missouri River. It was the journey itself which probably gave us most delight. Driving in the car is more like an armchair ride, rolling along the highway in old luxury and style. We refuelled at some point, and the total cost was $27 – it’s only the second fill-up since Tom bought the car.
... 5 at a time per cubicle - ride up in this really cramped capsule that turns with the curve as it rises. Quite a weird sensation actually. It takes four minutes up in this tiny capsule but when you arrive at the top, the view is amazing. You can see 30 miles into the distance. It is not a view that I would say one has to see it to believe it but the experience was certainly one of a kind. OK, that done, time to head on out but not before we sample Ted Drewes frozen custard. Again, ...
Route 66 in Missouri ran from Saint Louis to Joplin, often near the current I-44. My Route 66 guidebooks say that the Meramec Caverns were the oldest tourist attraction along Route 66. So, of course, I needed to take the tour. Reviewed as being quite kitschy, the tour wasn't all that bad though not really worth $21. The first cavern was opened to the public in 1933 and five more ...
... I walked to each building, learned about the different types of flint and about Daniel Boone’s later life, attended a dramatization telling the story of a Missouri slave, and was introduced to musical instruments and songs/ballads/dance tunes from that period. Well-done programming and not too many people.
Defiance to Augusta is one of the Missouri wine trails in this part of the state. So I headed off to ...
... with a long, steep downhill to the Meramec River, then uphill, then back downhill to the campground. This campground was a surprise as it is totally flat, few trees, with narrow campsites close together. Nothing like the wooded camping I was expecting. However there are lots of kids riding bikes and running around so it seems to be perfect for them. It's still too hot for me to get out before sunset at 7:00 pm but a cold wave is supposed to come through ...