Radisson Hotel Branson
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel Branson
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.
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... decided they'd come to Branson with us for the afternoon and overnight. Such serendipity! We had ended up parked across from them in Minnesota (totally by accident) just last month!
We enjoyed our time in Branson - used the indoor pool at Treasure Lake (outdoor pool closed Labor Day, despite the 90+ degree temps!), and we had a wonderful evening of entertainment ...
... understand that they shoot higher
than the highest fireworks in all of the previous nights fireworks.
The Red Horse Tails in the finale kept gracefully breaking at all levels of the sky
over and over. It was a very unique and beautiful finale.
... my beautiful wife, my doggies, my king sized bed, home cooked meals. I am looking forward to going back to work as well.
I was going to go to Joe's Crab Shack in (The Restaurant District) but instead went to a Steak and Shake just around the corner. I had a small salad, a cheeseburger and fries, and a peanut butter shake, all for $7.87. I ask the waitress to double check it and it was correct! Cheap Date!
... large. After lunch we drove down the highway containing most of the tourist attractions but didn’t stop at any. In the historic part of down town Branson we rode the tourist trolley; and then strolled around, going into several stores but buying very little. We did not find any shows that interested us, that were performing today, so we had dinner back at the camper and watched TV.
... tour of the battlefield and surrounding area. Wilson’s Creek played a significant role in the Civil War as it was the first major battle west of the Mississippi River. We enjoyed our short stay here as it was another piece of the amazing yet disturbing puzzle that is the Civil War. Leaving Wilson’s Creek we headed south on US 65 and our next campground in Branson MO.