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Travel Blogs from Branson
... you’re inside is very nice – it’s a beautiful space where nature is completely incorporated: the stone walls that hold up the windows extend outside the Chapel and the stone floors are seamless from the walkway through the sanctuary. I spent some time inside and prayed. It was lovely.
Today was 185 miles of driving in Arkansas – none on interstates! I passed through ...
... Tom) quacking. Part of the tour was the College of the Ozarks which was super interesting. It's a private, 4-year, liberal arts college where the students don't pay any tuition and graduate after 4 years, debt free. They must work 15 hours per week and a 40 hour week each semester in one of the many work stations throughout the school. The students do pretty much ...
... we might as well add another state to our list. So we headed west on Rt.44. Oops! It was a toll road with no services for miles, and miles and miles. As it turns out we were VERY low on fuel. Needless to say it was a VERY tense 30 minutes until we finally reached the first exit and were able to get off and get gas. Emboldened by that, we decided, what the hell, we'll go for yet another state and head north to Kansas. As we were driving we happened ...
... Lots and lots going on. We checked into our resort and were served lemonade and cookies, which really hit the spot. Took a quick shower, changed and went right out to dinner and a show. We at dinner at Mickey Gilley's Jalapeno restaurant and saw 'SIX' at the Mickey Gilley Theater. The group consists of 6 brothers who sing and provide musical background - without instruments! They sang everything from Frank Sinatra to ...
... we headed off to see the statue of Christ of the Ozarks, pretty huge. After that we drove looking for the once famous shoe tree that Rich had thrown his old trainers into back in 1995. We knew it had been hit by lightening but had heard that there were others trees in the area. We drove and ended up crossing the dam wall, spectacular views and still no tree. So we decided to head back to the house when all of a sudden pulled over, thinking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking