Becoming Branson Bound… September 9, 2010 • 12:55 pm 0 Comments This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Geile Leon. All opinions are 100% mine. Have you had enough of your daily grind and are looking for some time away from the big city lifestyle? Then look no further. Why not take a trip down to good old Branson, MO? I can understand your reluctance. “What’s to do in Missouri?” Let me reassure you that there are plenty of attractions and activities to take part in, and I can almost guarentee that you’ve never seen anything like it. Branson has been coined the “Live Music Show Capital of the World” with more than 50 live performance theaters that have been graced by the likes of Johnny and June Carter Cash, Tony Orlando and the Osmonds. If you consider yourself a fan of music history then I seriously recommend visiting Branson. So, you’re not a big music buff? Then how about scoping out Ripley’s Odditorium? Consisting of hundreds of unusual oddities, trinkets and stories, the Odditorium is a must see for anybody who enjoys or questions anything out of the ordinary. A 2-headed calf, a playing card coliseum and a shrunken head make up just some of the crazy items on display! Being offered right now are two packages: Shopping ($164/night) and the Fall in The City Package (starting at $309.50/night). Included with the first: deluxe accommodations, a breakfast buffet for two and a $25 gift card which may be used at any store in the Tanger Outlet Mall (located only three miles from your hotel). If you prefer to be more active, then the Fall in the City Package is for you. Not only will you enjoy two-night deluxe accommodations at the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing or the Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel but you’ll also receive two tickets on the Showboat Branson Belle for dinner and a show, two adult tickets to Silver Dollar City theme park, a 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar City Souvenir Book and an extra $25 hotel food and beverage credit! A two-night minimum stay is required for booking this package but with all that’s included, there’s no way you could take it all in on the first night. Both hotels are situated within Branson and offer guests access to all the other attractions the city has to offer. Both hotels are within easy driving distance of Branson’s championship golf courses, lakes, museums, theme parks and 49 live entertainment theaters. Book your stay today, and don’t miss out on these great offers! Thanks for your vote! Now share your feelings with the rest of the world via Twitter. (Nah, I\'m good; just bring me back.) So... What did you think of this submission? Epic! Dope! Good! Boring! Bad! Kill Me!