Radisson Hotel Branson
Travel Blogs from Branson
What a great adventure for grandparents and their grandkids.
Seven years ago, when our oldest grandchild turned 10, I decided that toys and other gifts were short-lived and wanted to give him a memory of time spent with me. So a Road Scholar birthday adventure was the way to go.
So began the tradition of each grandchild's 1- year …
No pics again today. Arrived late afternoon and just socialized. Had dinner at the Uptown Cafe that had live entertainment with 50's and 60's music.
To bed early tonite.
... and what’s been coming out of my mouth is ‘Thorncrapple’, which is not a nice name for anything, but especially a worship
space) and came to realize that Eureka Springs is a destination in itself. The historic town is delightful – the streets wrap around a hill in a manner that feels very European. There’s a huge old hotel on the top of the hill, and the windy streets are ...
... impeccable. Certainly the best meal we've had on the trip so far. We've had a really great time in Branson and I'm sorry to be leaving. We did almost everything we had planned to do, with the exception of visiting the Missouri Star Quilt Company, but a 3 1/2 hour drive each way to visit a quilt store was just a bit too much, even for me. Looking forward to tomorrow and St. ...
... Precious Moments statues and fountains. The Chapel itself was wonderful, filled with spectacular stained glass windows and hand painted murals on the walls and ceiling. The moment we walked into the Chapel, the beauty of it brought tears to my eyes, of course Tom laughed at me and said he'd wait for me outside. I did the tour and loved every minute of it. As we left the grounds, I realized that we were only about 18 miles from the border of Oklahoma ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
The hotel was delightful with an attached restaurant. Walk to shops, the river and lots of places for dining. A cab or car is necessary to get to the "shows" as they are a distance away.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.