Wagon Wheel Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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When researching places to see along Historic Route 66 I read about the Historic Wagon Wheel Motel. Reviews were good and it had been recently updated so we were pleased when we called and they had a room. It is adorable, clean and comfortable. AND it is next door to Hicks BBQ. Perfect ending to a perfect first day!
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... with Progressive Insurance comes through and we get a towie through the roadside assistance with them - fully covered - no additional cost even though it is 138miles away. Fantastic. Something positive. This time, our towie comes within 30 minutes and handles the trike with care,checking with me everything that has to be done since he has not towed a trike before. Well, this is not exactly my bag either - not the kind of thing I am used to doing - but at least I know the tie ...
... were discovered two years later. A crystal clear underground river runs through the first floor. In one section where the river is only 18 inches deep, the reflections of the high domed cave ceilings are spectacular. The Jungle Room has a good display of stalactites and stalagmites. The tour ends with a video presentation accompanying "God Bless America". West of Sullivan were ...
According to the online Ozarks class I took last year, there is only one small section of Missouri that has mountains – the Elephant Rocks and St. Francios Mountains in the southeast - and I'm not there. What I went up and down, in and out, back and forth around today are called Uplifts by geologists or uplands by others. Whatever they are called, the roads are narrow without shoulders, the speed limit is 55 but ...
... Charles was recommended by my brother-in-law and it was fun to walk down the many streets of historic buildings which have been renovated and turned into shops, inns, restaurants, and breweries or wine bars. I spent time in the interpretive center for the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site, talking about early Missouri and also current politics. Bought a book at the Main Street Bookstore and ordered "the bookstore lady's special flatbread" ...