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Denise and Mike from Lees Summit MO on 11/2/2017 2:35:22 PM:
We stayed at the Red Brick Inn on our Katy Trip. This was a great find. We have stayed in Augusta a few times before but had not discovered the Red Brick Inn. Esther and Chuck are very gracious hosts. They were friendly and welcoming without being intrusive. We were there on a Monday evening and had not realized that there was nothing open on Mondays. Esther was quick to point that out immediately upon arrival so that we had time to go pick up a sandwich prior to the "daytime" places closed.
The Red Brick Inn has a "happy hour" of wine and appetizers which was a wonderful and great to get to visit with the other guests over a glass of local wine.
Breakfast was fantastic!
This was the prettiest B & B we stayed in during our week long trip.

Since there were no restaurants open in the evening there were two choices. Kate's Coffee is open till 3:00 and reportedly has wonderful sandwiches. Mt. Pleasant Winery has the Appelation Cafe that is open until 4:00 on Mondays. We walked up to Mt Pleasant and did their nice wine tasting, bought a bottle of Norton and then picked up a couple of excellent wraps from the Appelation Cafe to go. Later that evening we were able to sit in the sitting room at the Red Brick Inn, eat our dinner, drink our wine and watch the Chiefs beat the Broncos on Monday night football. Doesn't get much better than that.

By the way, if you interested in camping in Augusta, we have camped at Klondike Park in the past. The park is really nice, very clean, very comfortable; however, know that it is greater than 2 miles from the town of Augusta. A bit of a bike ride or hike after many miles on the bike, so be aware.