Travel Blogs from Branson
Amystevetravel stayed here on Oct 1, 2010 during their trip titled: Amystevetravel's Great Adventure.
... have a chance to visit it in person. But then my plans for this trip started coming together and low and behold! here I am!
So imagine my surprise when I drove through Eureka Springs, Arkansas this afternoon looking for the Chapel (I’ve had to refer to it as the “Thorn-something Chapel” for several days because my mind has been combining ‘Thorncrown’ and ...
... Tom) quacking. Part of the tour was the College of the Ozarks which was super interesting. It's a private, 4-year, liberal arts college where the students don't pay any tuition and graduate after 4 years, debt free. They must work 15 hours per week and a 40 hour week each semester in one of the many work stations throughout the school. The students do pretty much ...
... 66, and drove for several miles along that famous highway. 2 more states added to our list.
We finally got back to Branson in time to hit the Legends in Concert show at Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater. On stage were Johnny Cash, Celine Dion, The Blues Brothers, The Temptations and Elvis! It was a really good show and the performers were terrific (except for Celine, who had a good voice but did a really bad job of impersonation).
... Lots and lots going on. We checked into our resort and were served lemonade and cookies, which really hit the spot. Took a quick shower, changed and went right out to dinner and a show. We at dinner at Mickey Gilley's Jalapeno restaurant and saw 'SIX' at the Mickey Gilley Theater. The group consists of 6 brothers who sing and provide musical background - without instruments! They sang everything from Frank Sinatra to ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking