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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Carthage
Good rates and gave us $5 off for being on our honeymoon. So friendly and convenient.
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Today was the first day that we didn't know where we were going to stay in the evening so we just headed out and kept an eye for anywhere that might take our fancy.
We didn't want to rush ourselves but as we heard the zoo in St Louis was one of the best in the country we headed over there to check it out. It was free and very impressive …
... finally came out and temperatures rose into the 80's as we approached Witchita. Took a quick spin through the city, a pretty town with little traffic downtown. Rush hour out was a little heavier as we left going east. The final leg between Witchita and Joplin, MO (about 200 miles and 3 hours) was mostly on this quiet scenic road with 65 ...
Woods Grocery Store was a good place to replenish groceries this morning. Then I drove southwest to the small town of Lamar and to the Harry S Truman Birthplace State Historic Site. President Truman was born in this small frame house in 1884 and lived here for the first eleven months of his life. Hannah showed me around the restored house which was donated to the state by the United Auto Workers. It is furnished in period ...
Well, I didn't have to debate much about seeing the Blue Hole... I asked if we could go see what it was, and Larry said "sure". It wasn't much, but it still was pretty cool. ... and literally cool too! That was water was only about 63 degrees. I really did want to get in it and swim, just to say I had. But, I had just showered before we got there... So, I settled for going down the ...
We drove through the beautiful Flint Hills of Kansas while driving east towards Missouri. This region was named for the abundant flint that eroded from the bedrock, and it has the most dense coverage of tallgrass prairie in North America. Due to its rocky soil, the early settlers were unable to plow the area, resulting in a predominance of cattle ranches which benefited by the tallgrass prairie. It is ...