Days Inn Joplin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Joplin
not our first choice, but EVERY place we'd called early that morning was booked.
room was on 2nd floor -- no elevator so bags had to be carried upstairs.
we arrived late that night -- room was terribly warm and took quite some time to cool down. thankfully the a/c was working well, and the room was actually freezing when we woke up the next morning!
provided a hot breakfast (eggs, sausage, etc.) but we were in a hurry to get on the road and passed.
bottom line, it appeared clean, staff was friendly, and it served it's purpose.
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... with free WiFi and also free breakfast as well.
Tomorrow we do states. We finish Missouri after Joplin, we then get into Kansas but not for long and then by tomorrow evening we hope to be either in Tulsa, Oklahoma or Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This is apparently where the Route really starts to get interesting as Oklahoma is the state where the person that thought up the Route came from so they celebrate it a lot more there.
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