Days Inn Blytheville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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When planning our road trip I saw Burlison on the map and knew we had to stop. For those of you who don't know Burlison was my maiden name. My sister and I decided it was a definite trip stop to get a ppicture of the Burlison sisters by the Burlison sign. Bonus was the City Hall sign Jimmy Burlison City ...
... to stop and worship with them. It was a great experience. I knew it was going to be a great expierence when I pulled in and a group of guys were in the parking lot cooking chili in big kettles over fire. It smelled so good! They were a small little country church and very welcoming. We sang good hymns (although they did not have the ...
... day's events because of the heavy rain but we still walked around this pleasant town. There was one apple fritter booth open and people were lined up waiting to purchase these fritters. We didn’t stand in line but we did go to Roger’s Apple Orchard Market and bought some apples along with some apple fritter donuts.
The next morning, Sunday, was beautiful so we drove the 30 minutes to Southington to attend the day’s Apple Festival events. ...
... really report, we both woke up early this morning....could not sleep, could be because I took a nap yesterday afternoon and went to bed at 9:30 last night.....So we still have to make a choice of what we are going to do after this.....we have been gathering info, so that we make the best choice.....so until then CYA down the ...
... then walked out to the gazebo they have right on the river. We saw a beautiful moon overlooking the river. This is a real nice RV park with full hookups and plenty of grass for Beckett to run in. She’s enjoying it and she like the walk out to the river also.
(John) The last two days have not been really exciting because we are wandering our way back home through agriculture. The Midwest is not very ...