Quality Inn & Suites Marion
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Photos of Quality Inn & Suites Marion
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn & Suites Marion
Travel Blogs from Marion
After sweating through hot day after hot day while packing, installing towing equipment, preparing the house for departure, and doing yard work (we have to leave the yard & house looking good, don’t we?), we finally left 609 Copperfield Ct. at approximately 4:30 pm. Yup, Nashville rush hour. But, WE DID IT!!! We are on the road – headed west.
On our way out of town, we had ...
... cool things with my husband.
Right now we are trying to settle back into our routines and enjoy our new home (in which we have spent less time than on the road). The dogs are back to patrolling our backyard and woods, and searching for Henry (the chipmunk). Our organic vegetable garden is about right at its peak (thanks to Erin), and our DIY house projects are due to continue. Our next big trip: hopefully South Africa in ...
Tuesday was quite a milestone, we crossed the Mississipi River. As a bonus, we entered Illinois. As always, there's a photo. (Well perhas later...I can't get the photo to upload... To make mattets worse, the map is misbehaving too. Grrr!)
Yesterday was a rest day. We loaded up the van and visited two breweries and three wineries. It was a great day. The highlight was talking to the ...
So Tyler is still challenged in the area of map studies. He opens it, covers himself in it and can't fold it! Aren't they teaching this in second grade? C'mon common core. So I used Pinterest to inspire some travel games & ideas. If the kids are being "good" their name clips remain on the visor. If there is whining, complaining or fighting their names come down. Every hour on the hour the r2d2 cooler ...
... snuggling with two very comfortable dogs. Flambeau jumped right in stretching out on the soft silky sleeping bag, while Klaas took on the
role of tent guard. Apart from some growling at rabbits/raccoons/deer around
midnight and occasional snapping at lightning bugs, it went well. Our first real camping stop – Colorado. If only there weren't a freezing torrential rain forecast
over the ...