Super 8 West Plains

Address: 1210 Porter Wagoner Boulevard, West Plains, Missouri, 65775, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel is located on 1210 Porter Wagoner Boulevard, West Plains.
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Travel Blogs from West Plains

Day 7 - Rains, Trains, and Laundry

A travel blog entry by rickr53 on May 30, 2015

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This morning we sadly bid goodbye to Eureka Springs. We may want to go back there again sometime. But, the adventure continues. The weather report looked good, so we dried off the bike from last nights rain - hope the hotel doesn't mind a couple of extra dirty towels. This mornings ride was a short one, only 50 miles to Branson, Missouri. We had 9:00AM tickets on the Branson Scenic Railway, so we left with plenty of time to spare. ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by kmcg52 on May 28, 2013

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We get up early and head toward the stream about 7:30. Fortunately no one is at our favorite spot yet so we have it all to ourselves. I catch another 3 fish, Ron lands 4, I think, and Ray gets the most as usual. I'm starting to lose count. After a couple of hours we head back to the lodge for a huge breakfast which will last us til dinner time. (Alas, Toby is not allowed in ...

Rolling the Rollers in Missouri

A travel blog entry by cndashton on Oct 11, 2012

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Day 28 Branson Missouri to West Plains Missouri 102.5 miles 7,300 ft cimbing

So day 1 of our new regime - we're on a 5 day countdown to Nashville. It's bitterly cold but we soon warm up as we tackle the rollers. Up, down. Up ...

Knockd my socks off.

A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad on May 29, 2012

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... be more cleaned up and ready for tourists. But Mammoth Springs is as described huge. 9 thousand gallons of water per hour are coming out of it. Now I cannot remmber if it is thousand or millions, but it is a lot. Very nice park with some other things, like the old mill and the old railroad station to look at. We were on our way to find a camping spot for the night. Thank goodness ...

"How many pairs of underwear are you bringing?!?!"

A travel blog entry by tanyalray on Sep 14, 2010

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Seriously folks, if I am going to be at Glacier National Park for 7 days without access to a shower or electricity, you better believe that I will at least have clean underwear, dammit.

God, I love my Mommala!! That woman has everything I would need for a voyage across the country and she has all the knowledge I would need to survive, ...