Country/State Continent Population Language Latitude/Longitude Distance Apart Chariton Co, MO N. America 1,544 English 39.423917/-92.801577 4214 miles England Europe 45,000 English 51.0688/-1.794472 Salisbury, England Located in the southern English county of Wiltshire, Salisbury is known for it’s proximity to the iconic Stonehenge circle, along with having a plethora of medieval cathedrals. Additionally, it houses […]
Country/State Continent Population Language Latitude/Longitude Distance Apart Chariton Co, MO N. America 858 English 39.4234/-93.1305 4106 miles England Europe 200,000 English 55.0576/-1.6525 Brunswick Village, England According to Wikipedia, Brunswick MO was named after Brunswick, England. Problem is, there are five international locations that are named Brunswick: Brunswick (Hove), Brunswick in Lancashire, Brunswick in Swansea, […]
Ask a local what to do in Santa Fe Missouri, and the first thing they will do is correct you on your pronunciation of their little town. “Santa Fē,” they will say, with a smile.
Country/State Continent Population Language Latitude/Longitude Distance Apart Chariton Co, MO N. America 40 English 39.6608615,-92.7843587 4,980 miles Austria Europe 1,867,960 German 48.2082/16.3738 Wien (Vienna), Austria Vienna (Wien in German), is the capital of Austria and it’s history dates back to the first century AD. Famous for exquisite palaces and numerous museums, Vienna also has many […]
Named after its Canadian cousin, Toronto Missouri was established in 1856. Today, this area is barely more than a dot on the map.
The food was surprisingly good, and honestly the woman serving us is one of the friendliest individuals I have ever met. So we asked if there was anything interesting to do in Belgrade. “There was a murder in the afternoon here once,” she said.
…we soon discovered Cairo is kind of like a Jiffy Lube: You’re in, you’re out, you’re on your way…
But perhaps the most thought-provoking items in the courthouse square are two stones that speak volumes.
As we get closer to Lisbon, the road goes from not-so-bad, to so-so, to what-the-hell-are-you-doing-driving-on-this-thing. Before long, we drop down into a what the locals would call a “holler” and we seem to have arrived. But where, I’m not sure.
As an odd coincidence, while trying to break in to the library (so to speak), we ran into a retired priest we knew from days gone by. He gave us a brief but fascinating history of the city and an introduction to Glasgow’s role in the civil war.