Down Over Bed & Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Down Over Bed & Breakfast Arrow Rock
Travel Blogs from Arrow Rock
... in the last blog. We purchased an induction cooktop so we can cook. Last night we had Rice-a-roni with chicken-one pot!!
So this morning after breakfast, we hopped in the car and headed south. The sun is shining with scattered clouds, but we have cell reception and WiFi for the time we are in this area. But this evening we will once again be back in the dead zone of east central MO.
Tuesday we were ...
... Upon arrival, we were greeted by Ryan, the Passport America guy, telling us "Welcome back and have some ice cream". We made it back before the ice cream social was over. Now when I say ice cream social, what comes to your mind? Ice cream with lots of different toppings and whipped cream, right? Well, that is what Passport America calls an ice cream social, however, FMCA's ice cream social is an individual cup of ice cream that you stand in line for 30 minutes or so to get. In all ...
Because how else does one one prepare for a hike except by downloading apps?
It's dawning on us that we really are doing this in just a month. I keep googling "TMB fitness level" hoping to find reassurance that my daily flat walks to and from work are somehow preparing me for mountain trekking. Google has not offered much reassurance as of yet.
Tonight Mike is reading our guidebook and I'm testing Travelpod.
... facade, how could it not be? We had a good time buying Mitchell corn souvenirs and parking in the mayor's reserved spot, but all good things must come to an end and soon we were driving again. My turn at the wheel, I believe. Three or four (or was it five?) hours later we made it to Badlands National Park and did the 30 mile drive. It was a welcomed change of scenery and really amazing to look at. At this point we were hell bent on making it ...
The 1964 graduates of Taipei First Girl School will celebrates our 50th class reunion in Taipei this December Over 240 classmates will converge in Taiwan to reminiscing the great time and youthful friendship we formed half a century ago. I remember our first big reunion 20 years ago in Anaheim, CA. Over 300 classmates showed up and all of us wore the traditional "green" shirt and black skirt uniform as ...