Oak Tree Inn Missouri Valley

128 South Willow Road, Missouri Valley, Iowa, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 128 South Willow Road, Missouri Valley.
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    Travel Blogs from Missouri Valley

    Council Bluffs to Normal

    A travel blog entry by cyndymerchant on Aug 07, 2014

    15 photos

    ... about the first hundred miles Ruby drove. The mist turned to rain and back to mist off and on during that hundred miles. We stopped just before Des Moines and then I drove til we were almost to Davenport on the eastern side of the state. We stopped at a rest area outside Iowa City. The rest areas here are really nice. They are very pretty and all ...

    Day 12: Midwestern thunderstorms

    A travel blog entry by tjstaggs on Aug 06, 2014

    13 photos

    ... past the arch - quite a view. Despite it being hot and bumpy as we made our way to the arch and back, Alex seemed to be tolerating it just fine. I honestly believe he is building up a tolerance to the turbulence.

    After we landed, I noticed an F-15 sitting on a pillar to one side of the airport. Turns out that the southeastern corner of the airport is the Boeing radar test range, and the F-15 is a test article that can be rotated to ...

    The Great Westward Migration

    A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Jun 28, 2014

    16 photos

    ... some original old houses and cottages to the site to recreate a village. There were log cabins the first pioneers built in about 1830-1840, then the railway came through in about 1865 and the houses got a lot fancier! Even at that time they were bigger than a standard NZ 3 bedroom home these days. Heaps of people have paid full-time jobs at this museum to run the stores and welcome guests into “their homes”. Working blacksmith, tin-smith, millers, hat-makers etc. ...

    Hardly a Bend in the Road

    A travel blog entry by anniehd on Aug 09, 2013

    15 photos

    ... Rath Inn. SO, what did I do, I pulled into the Rath Inn and after I had checked in Chris asked "Why?" Old age I guess.

    Our room is above the front desk. As you walk up this dimly lite stair case you see this creepy chair and plant in the corner. It just seem bizarre and made the place seem like it was right out of a horror movie. ...

    What's that Smell?!

    A travel blog entry by m-d-n on Jul 21, 2010

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... do in this situation out in the middle of nowhere? One goes to Super Walmart, of course! And that is exactly what we did. Now it is his bum that hurts, but shaving that will not help matters.

    One of the really great things about traveling by motorcycle is all the people that we meet. Many of the locals will approach us to say hello or offer weather updates. The nicest elderly gent wearing a veteran's hat warned us about approaching storms from the ...