Their first stop in Lebanon was the Lebanon-Laclede County Route 66 Museum, which Maria said was “beautiful.”
LEBANON, Missouri– The Lebanon-Laclede County Route 66 Society says visitors from overseas continue to travel Route 66 through Lebanon and Laclede County. Individuals representing the American Car Club of Mallorca, Spain, dropped by the Munger Moss Motel this morning (Wednesday) to visit co-owner Ramona Lehman, pose for pictures and buy souvenir Route 66 caps. Back in Spain, all of the group have American cars ranging from a Corvette to a 1966 Mustang to a “Bandit” (Pontiac Trans Am), although they’re driving a rented minivan on their trip from Chicago to Los Angeles.
Their first stop in Lebanon was the Lebanon-Laclede County Route 66 Museum, which Maria said was “beautiful.” When they asked at the museum what other Route 66 attraction they could visit in town, the Munger Moss was recommended. “The people here are all very nice,” Maria said. Pictured, from left, are Carmelo, Danilo, Ramona, Maria and Biel. Ramona said overseas visitors to the Munger Moss this week also included 20 persons from The Netherlands who rented 11 rooms Monday night, and a group from Finland that rented eight rooms the same night.