Royal W Resort Cabins & RV Park
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Today we rode off into the rolling hills of Missouri and encountered our first road grade greater than 10%. We expect to see a lot more of this in the coming days. Once again the weather gods smiled on us, the wind was minimal, there was no rain and a bit of cloud cover did not spoil our day. We enjoyed the rural ride through small, well kept farms and had a dinner repast at a local truck stop adjoining our hotel....ah the luxuries of the itinerant ...
Beautiful day today about 30C with low humidity, great for my last tour of the area. Today I thought I would take it easy and take a relaxed journey this time. Well, that lasted about two curves and then I poured on the heat :-).
Reminiscing about yesterdays trip and today's, I saw more poverty in Southern Missouri (villages made up of old house trailers, Dollar General and ...
Why is it that lately I have been having meals with hot stuff (today Breakfast - Salsa. Supper - Bloody Mary), snot steaming out my right nostril and I never learn...bring tissues with you!
TMA? sorry ;-)
The morning started with a wonderful surprise, I opened my back window curtains and looked down...there was a bird bath filled with birds! By the time I got my camera there was only one bird left :-(
Today I started ...
After getting up early to quit the motel and get to McD's to deliver yesterdays blog I had an easy three hour ride to Eureka Springs where I planned to stay for three nights. Not having reservtions (never do) I found this place Sherwood Court Inn where I booked a cabin instead of the usual motel room. Have posted pice for you ladies to check ...
... Victorian architecture; many are bed and breakfasts. Many buildings are 3-4 stories that go down the mountain and are on 3 different streets because the steets are at such angles.
--Crescent Hotel (1886)--stopped here for 20 minutes. Built to look like a castle; imported Irish people to build it. Each stone 18" deep. Elevator to ...