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This American owned motel believes in one thing..."peace and quiet."
All 22 guestrooms are ground floor, with private entrances and parking at your door. We're located on three acres, away from the hustle and bustle of town, and with plenty of parking for your car, truck, or RV.
With lots of area events, activities and sightseeing, you're never far from a destination that's sure to become a great memory.
Check out our website for additional information and come stay with us.
Branson Show Ticket Delivery is our name and is what we do. Advance reservations get great seats. In business for 18 years. Call us at 1-800-800-1882.
This Mennonite-owned shop offers many styles of hand-made wind chimes, plus grandfather, wall, mantle, chime and rhythm clocks.
Open daily and featuring an eclectic mix of dining, shopping, entertainment and attractions in a unique open-air setting, the City Market offers visitors a variety of fresh produce, meats, specialty groceries, flowers and gift items from nearby farms and around the world. Steeped in more than 150 years of tradition, the City Market offers shoppers the opportunity to purchase heartland goods direct from producers, especially on the weekend during the Midwest's largest Farmers' Market. The City Market has an extensive calendar, hosting concerts, festivals and other special events April through December. The City Market is also home to the Arabia Steamboat Museum, which hosts one of the largest collections of pre-Civil War artifacts in the world.
Perfect for business and leisure travelers, this Comfort Inn is two miles from the KCI Airport. Complimentary shuttle service to the airport, 4:30 a.m.-11 p.m. We offer a free hot breakfast, 5 a.m.-9 a.m.
Indoor salt-water pool and hot tub. We offer rooms with king beds and rooms with double queen beds.
Visit our website for details and reservations.
Offering comprehensive receptive services and tour design throughout Missouri. Itineraries are developed on-site and customized for your preferences, developed to match your criteria: leisure; student travel; culinary arts; education; historical; and incentive. We specialize in unique tours, always striving to stay on the forefront of industry trends. We bring your tour to life with historic interpreters, actors and entertainers.
Marketing support, guide services and on-site hosting available. Special arrangements for travelers from the United Kingdom, Canada and Europe.
This Mennonite-owned shop offers bulk foods, both dry and frozen. There is a large selection of hard-to-find spices, grains and flower (items are locally grown/produced). There is a deli with freshly sliced cold cuts and cheeses; party platters can be made to order. Local, farm-fresh produce.
Comprised of two buildings: One is exterior corridor, pet-friendly with drive up access; the second is interior corridor, 100 percent non-smoking. Each morning guests are invited to enjoy the free expanded Bright Starts Breakfast featuring Belgian waffles, fruit, assorted cereals, breads, pastries, and juices. Also included are English muffins, coffee and tea. Amenities include free high-speed internet access and local calls. A seasonal outdoor pool is also on-site. Business travelers will find a lobby workstation with access to printing, copy, and fax services. The meeting room accommodates up to 20 people. All guest rooms have 70-plus cable television channels, featuring HBO Family, coffee makers, hair dryers, irons and ironing boards. Additionally, all suites and many rooms come equipped with refrigerators and microwaves. Non-smoking and handicap accessible rooms can be requested. Laundry facilities are located on the property for added convenience.
Renovated hotel includes 237 two-room suites, featuring a large bedroom, a separate living area with full-size sofa sleeper, hair dryer, two flat screen HDTVs and two phones with data ports. Enjoy a free, cooked-to-order breakfast and a two-hour evening manager's reception. The hotel is four miles from KCI Airport; two miles from the Zona Rosa shopping, dining and entertainment complex.
Quiet country getaway with a scenic view from the hilltop. Private baths. Facilities include a pool table. Four miles from Missouri State Fairgrounds.
The greater Chillicothe area offers visitors a delightful collection of charming communities. Visit Chillicothe, home of sliced bread, breathtaking murals and so much more. Jamesport, Missouri's largest Amish community; and Marceline, the boyhood home of Walt Disney are both a 30-minute drive from Chillicothe.
This hotel offers 116 two-room suites with fully equipped kitchen, living room and separate bedroom. Recently-refreshed rooms include two flat-screen HDTVs, hairdryer and two telephones with data port.
Rates include a Suite Start hot breakfast buffet daily. A free Welcome Home Reception/dinner is offered Monday-Thursday with free beer and wine. Safe deposit box at front desk. Pets less than 30 pounds welcome, for a $75 one-time, non-refundable fee.
Located four miles from Kansas City International Airport; two miles from the Zona Rosa shopping, dining and entertainment complex.
This Mennonite-owned business features handcrafted interior and exterior home decor items. On-site artisans demonstrate furniture building techniques. There is a large collection of Farm House scented candles and hand lotions. Shop for unique, handcrafted gifts.
One-room, furnished, heated and cooled log cabins that sleep four; one full-size bed and one set of bunk beds (bed linens not provided). Deluxe cabins include bedding.
Cabins include a covered porch with a swing, a picnic table, fire ring, grill, yard area and a parking space. Cabins are a short distance from the bath facilities.
Level, big-rig friendly, pull-thru sites with full hook-ups. Free, no-license-required fishing.
Amenities include: showers; paddleboats; video rental; horseshoe pits; croquet; sand volleyball; badminton; a camp store; propane; and a lake.
Located one mile from I-70. Enjoy the climate-controlled outdoor pool and family pavilion. Camping cabins are available.
The Kirkwood Lodge offers vintage American vacations that harken back to the good old days of the Lake of the Ozarks; 2011 marks our 73rd season at the Lake. Our family owned and operated lakefront resort offers the charm of an old-style resort while resting right in the middle of everything that the Lake has to offer. Kirkwood Lodge has 65 units in 16 buildings on 6.5 acres.
Our guest rooms are simple, clean, accommodations that are carpeted and have air-conditioning and a full, private bathroom. We offer "room only" rates and all-inclusive packages. We have many special events each year, all designed with affordablility in mind. We feature a lakeside swimming pool, sun and swim docks, boat docks, The Getaway - jet ski and boat rentals, a 2,100-squre-foot multi-purpose room, a billiards lounge, and Ozark country cuisine.
We are centrally located in Osage Beach less than a mile from both the Factory Outlet Mall and a Super Wal-Mart, and within a 15-minute drive to championship golf, miniature golf, arcades, antiques, state parks, Bagnell Dam and the "Strip," show caves, and museums.
We offer a country setting on five acres and feature three guestrooms with private baths. A full breakfast is served. Electric hook-up for boats. We are two miles from Mark Twain State Park and its boat ramps, beach and hiking trails; three miles from Florida, birthplace of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain).
This Mennonite-owned store features hand-made sewing items and supplies, plus home-made games that are similar to games children played years ago. Many products are made by Mennonites or Amish; the shop also has clothing and shoes from name-brand manufacturers.
Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36. A trip across northern Missouri features iconic American stories about the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain, to name just a few. To obtain a copy of the audio CD that accompanies this tour, please contact the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau at the address shown.Please note, the address and hours provided with this listing is for the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau, not one of the tour stops. It is the location to pick up the audio CD that accompanies this tour.For contact information on the Highway 36 tour in Northwest Missouri, please click the link: Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius (Northwest).
Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36. A trip across northern Missouri features iconic American stories about the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain, to name just a few. To obtain a copy of the audio CD that accompanies this tour, please contact the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau at the address shown.
Please note, the address and hours provided with this listing is for the St. Joseph Convention and Visitors Bureau, not one of the tour stops. This is the location to pick up the audio CD that accompanies this tour.
For contact information on the Highway 36 tour in Northeast Missouri, please click the link: Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius (Northeast).
The Missouri History Museum Library and Research Center houses the premier regional history collection documenting St. Louis, the state of Missouri, the Mississippi and Missouri Valleys, the Louisiana Purchase Territory and the American West. Staff can assist you with the library, archives and photographs, media, and objects collections. Materials must remain on premises; they are not available for checkout.
Missouri Life magazine is one of Missouri's top travel magazines, having won Magazine of the Year, and been named a finalist in recent years by an international magazine association of regional magazines.
Every issue includes: Dining Worth the Drive; Road Trips; Travel Destinations; Travel Adventures; and other features. We inform about travel, entertainment, adventure, food, wineries, microbreweries, theater, sports and events.
Let our award-winning photography inspire your choice of where to go next. We excel at finding the secrets of our big cities and charming small towns. We cover our fascinating past and the places where you can discover history. We point out exciting recreation, such as where to go sky diving, take a balloon ride, and find a sleigh ride.
1 year (6 issues): $20
2 years (12 issues): $35
3 years (18 issues): $50
(Canada and International slightly higher.)
Celebratied 50 years of service in 2013. A classic American drive-in restaurant. Experience the food, attentive service and family atmosphere. Serving the community and beyond since 1963.
Take a country stroll through our Pioneer Homestead and Village and enjoy our blacksmith shop, Marshal's office, active one-room log school house, Indian teepee, cedar log cabin, general store and trading post, historic log church, summer kitchen and our pioneer homestead.
Take a few hours and truly enjoy the Ozark country life – away from the hustle and bustle of the city, away from the distractions of modern day electronics – and step back into time to where the pioneers live... still today.
Open seasonally April 1 through December 31.
Our family welcomes you to visit with us and share in our simple, pioneer life. See you'all soon.
Spend a week enjoying Missouri's agritourism resources.
Museums, Art and Food KC Style
Kansas City has world-class museums boasting everything from sculpture to pricess works of art. And the food here is pretty incredible, too.
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