The Historic Motel On Route 66 In Missouri That Every Missourian Should Visit Once

Ever wish you could travel through time to experience different time periods? Perhaps a few days in the Roaring 20s, the era of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Charles Lindberg, and Al Capone? Or, maybe you’d go back to the Swinging 60s, when the Beatles and Rolling Stones ruled the charts; JFK and Martin Luther King Jr. inspired, and Maris versus Mantle vied to grab the homerun title from Babe Ruth. Then, again, maybe a stroll back to the 1940s – the days of Jimmy Stewart, Katharine Hepburn, and Clark Gable – is just what you need right about now. If so, check into this classic motel in Missouri.

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Have you ever stayed at this enchanting hotel in Missouri? Or, will you in the future? Let us know in the comments! And, if you like those leisurely strolls down Memory Lane, visit Dick’s 5 & 10. Click here to read more.

Address: 107 S. Garrison Ave., Carthage, MO 64836