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Old 08-24-2016, 05:54 AM   #29
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I will second what Gettinaway said about Hermann, MO. It's worth the stop. There is a nice city park there with full hookups and it's a dear little town. The Stone Hill winery has a nice tour and there is a good little German restaurant there. There is a very good bakery in town, within walking distance of the park. We discovered Hermann when we followed the route of Lewis and Clark's Voyage of Discovery several years ago.

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Small towns add to the experience, we are not in a hurry.
I agree.. Maybe someday, when I retire! Ha. Enjoy your trip!
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Thanks for the tips. We're going to be coming from St Louis and flow some of these suggestions. Think we'll do 50 and 94 and stop at Dutzow and Herman to fill our German food desired and for the scenery and slower travel.
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Followup: We ended up not following US 50 exactly, but spent a lot of time on the Santa Fe Trail in Nebraska, Kansas and New Mexico. Really enjoyed a day in downtown Omaha, the Homestead National Monument (Beatrice, Nebraska), the Santa Fe Trail Museum (Larned, KS), and the Pecos National Monument (Glorieta Battlefield section) in New Mexico. Also loved Bandelier National Monument near Los Alamos and, of course, the Balloon Fiesta.
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