Wickliffe Inn & Suites - Rolla

1701 Martin Springs Drive, Rolla, Missouri, 65401, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1701 Martin Springs Drive, Rolla, is near The Old World Trader.
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Travel Blogs from Rolla

Arches and Caverns

A travel blog entry by brisbird on May 23, 2014

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... the underground river and out another exit. Further on in the guided walk, there were a couple of areas with impressive stalagmites and stalegmites - very similar to what we had seen in France. There was a brief sound and lighting show at the end in the the area called the "Theatre", but this was really corny and just made us think how much better the ones were in France. On the road back to Route 66 we passed a shop which sold chainsaw carvings. On ...

Onondaga State Park morning

A travel blog entry by rvmottus14 on Apr 17, 2014

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Odometer reading 598.7 miles We arrived fairly late last night so no real chance to have a look around, but got up this AM, went for a small hike and ran into a park ranger. She told me the forest here is primarily oak which would usually be green by now, but the very harsh winter they had mean no leaves for the oaks yet. I asked ...

Onondaga Caves State Park

A travel blog entry by rvmottus14 on Apr 16, 2014

... it's flat, windy and no green -- pretty much what you'd expect from a prairie in April. So far Missouri has been warmer, more landscape to enjoy including colours. We pulled into the Onondaga Caves State Park and pretty much had our choice of camp sites; not too many souls out and about right now. Folks so far have been incredibly friendly, although that seems to be a common trait in the States. We did not go to the ...

I get my kicks

A travel blog entry by judy.mcbride on Dec 30, 2013

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Route 66 officially became a certified, numbered cross-country, inter-state US highway in 1926. It was fully paved within the next ten years, and over time Route 66 became first important, then legendary, immortalised in literature, music, the performing and visual arts. In the mid 80s Main Street USA lost its status, but the legends are renewed, and, I suspect, embellished with each traveller. It is impossible to do the ...

Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

A travel blog entry by catrandune on Oct 10, 2013

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Time to keep moving east and onto another state- today's journey will take us to Missouri. Heading to Tulsa we hop on the Turnpike- man thats an expensive way to travel when you're bigger than a car. It's also not very scenic, and I'm starting to worry that the road home is now going to be nothing more than billboards and pavement. Already we've noted that the throngs of RVs that were on the roads in earlier states have now been replaced with transport trucks. As co-pilot, I ...

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