Wagon Wheel Motel
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... holder. Everything was 50% off (winter season). I made it in time for the next tour, which I did not know was to be conducted on a trolley; actually a long metal wagon pulled by a jeep thing. I called "shotgun" since I was the only person solo on the tour and got to ride up in the jeep with our wonderful, nice, and knowledgeable tour guide, Pam.
What an amazing cavern! It was well-worth the price ...
This resort is another one with a beautiful pool (and another one available to us through Resort Parks International).
We went into Hermann, toured the Stone Hill Winery, the Hermann Wurst Shoppe, stopped in a Brewery (for Greg, of course), and then had a bite of BBQ. A good day, despite the oppressive heat (which seems to be the theme of this summer's travels!)
... and a three hour, eighty-mile drama to find accommodation! It was Saturday night, there was a baseball game on (St Louis Cardinals are quite popular, being the 'World' champions) and there were obviously some other events on too, so we could not find a room in St Louis for love or money. We decided against following the advice of one hotel receptionist to head out east where the budget motels were, as we'd just come from there, so went west instead, ...
6:30 am start hopefully to beat the wind and any storms coming through later. Glad to see the last of Oklahoma. Stopped in Rolla, MO. So far we've missed the rain. Rain came right after we got settled in our room. Lucky for us We seemed calmer tonight. We picked up some dinner, watched some TV. We seem to be able to not think about it every minute and had a pretty nice evening. We know we'll be home tomorrow. That ...
... of the 1926 route for a period before merging with a later version which was lined with different styles of houses stopping for dinner at Hodak's where I had a fried chicken dinner and at Ted Drewes where the sell frozen custard - I had a very tasty and cooling pistachio which contained pieces of nut. After Kirkwood there was a choice of pre and post 1932 Route 66 to take and I followed the pre-1932 route as it avoided the ...