Econo Lodge Knob Noster

Address: 2340 West Irish Lane, Knob Noster, Missouri, 65336, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 2340 West Irish Lane, Knob Noster, is near Montserrat Vineyards and Bristle Ridge Vineyards.
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Travel Blogs from Knob Noster

Sight seeing, sorta

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 05, 2015

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... are just hoping that the decision to stay here tonight does not bite us in the rear like our decision to stay an extra night in Tyler where it poured down for about 3 hours during the middle of the night.

When we get back from dinner, we will start packing a few things up so we can get out of here before too late in the morning, although the COE park paperwork states check in time is 5 pm. Well we only have about 150 miles to go, so hopefully we can find things to do to take up ...

Happy Birthday America

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 04, 2015

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... it was just how well the rider handled the horse and followed the commands. All they did was walk around the arena, trot when told, turn when told and stop when told. Mostly we were just there to see the horses. There were some pretty ones. Some with long flowing tails and some had their tails braided. Some had braided manes and one looked like his mane was cut off while others were cut short and braided.

After watching the ...

Shopping

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 02, 2015

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... Yep, that was the place. You know when a place is good when all the locals are eating there also, and by locals I mean Mennonite men and women. They had a buffet of which we decided to partake. Good down home country cooking, nothing fancy, by good. However, the bread stole the show. I don't know how they make their bread but it is by far the best bread I have ever eaten. We ended up buying a loaf to freeze and consume slowly over the next several weeks. ...

Rain, rain, go away

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jul 01, 2015

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... one of the instruments. Wonder how much training it takes to learn how to place the wash-board? Not exactly our cup of tea, but by this time it was pouring down rain again so we were kind of a captive audience. When they finished their concert, we prepared to come back "home", but he weather sirens were going off and a tornado watch was in effect. Well since the building we were in is connected by a tunnel to the building considered the storm shelter, we decided ...

Getting ready for the 4th

A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Jun 29, 2015

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... while driving through the back roads, we were in range all the time.

We started the day by back-tracking about 15 miles to get gas at a Flying J, just because they have RV islands. It does make it nice to not be in the way of other vehicles. After filling up, we headed out. The roads were good, even those after leaving the interstate. For those (Dad) who are following along with the map, we traveled north from Carthage on I-49 to Nevada, MO where we got on ...