Thursday, October 6, 2016

On the road again...

On our last night in Eureka Springs we had supper at the Crescent Hotel.  It's a landmark building in Eureka Springs and was built in 1886.  We were able to look around before we ate.

 The front entry.

 I love the stone work, the arched windows and the flowers.

 The Grand Ballroom.

 The front desk.

Isn't this a beautiful old piano?

Across from the front desk.

We enjoyed finding out some of the history of the hotel.

Looking down from the fourth floor!

We had our supper on the balcony of the fourth floor.  The weather was nice and the view was amazing!

 The next morning we left Eureka Springs, driving over more curvy, hilly roads...

and coming across more construction, but also more pretty scenery.

We stayed in St Charles, Missouri  that night.

We enjoyed that beautiful old city...

and it's cobblestones streets.

We had supper here,

with this good looking pair!  This is Bob's nephew Max and his wife Mariah.  You may remember us going to their wedding this Spring.  We thought their city would be a good place to stop on the drive home, so we could spend some time with them.  It was so good to see them again!


Arlene @Nanaland said...

We had breakfast at The LaFonda Restaurant in Santa Fe on our trip there and it was just so lovely. Those old hotels are such treasures.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful hotel. The front desk and piano are spectacular. Lovely view to enjoy while eating also. Wishing you a nice weekend, Mari.

Hootin' Anni said...

Wow....first the lobby and the front desk. Amazing. And it's good to see that E. Springs takes pride in their history.

Love the view of your dinner on the 4th floor, but the way up gave me a bit of vertigo.

Cute, sweet couple.

Hootin' Anni said...

ps...also viewed the open theater and the tour...fantastic. So very awe inspiring. And meeting a blogger in your other post...super fun.

Betsy Brock said...

What a fun trip you had! Those views are beautiful!

Changes in the wind said...

Loving this trip of yours!

Terri D said...

Staying in those old historic hotels is so fun! That one is beautiful! How wonderful that you got to visit with family while on the road and enjoy yet another lovely old town and buildings! Love your photos!

Ramblings of a Retired Lady said...

Wonderful pictures along the way. Loved the old hotel and so glad you got to spend some time with family.

Kerin said...

Beautiful old it! You've had some great adventures and have been to some gorgeous places; thanks for sharing with us!

Have a great weekend.

Sally said...

So much beauty you've shared with us, Mari. Glad you had a visit with your nephew and his wife. :)


Jenny said...

I'm envious of all those great iron bridges you got to cross. I and my camera would have been hanging out the window. Or trying to. xoxo