Benton Place Inn
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... which sounded like great fun, but requires a change of clothes and shoes as some time is spent wading through water, and then some time is spent crawling through the red clay. Just a little too rugged with our limited clothing resources on the bike.
By the time we got out of Cosmic Cavern, the rain had subsided, and we headed for the Tram station to book the guided historical Eureka Springs tour. The tram had broken on the ...
... yes. The Rowdy Beaver? It's the name of a local restaurant. It's known for its steaks, so, of course we had the pulled pork and it was delicious. The restaurant also had a little gift store where they sold all the possible bad beaver joke t-shirts you could imagine. We passed up this time. Tomorrow we further explore Eureka Springs.
215.2 miles today
1453.1 miles total
5.000 gallons today
36.021 gallons total
... The exhibits were awesome, especially the traveling exhibit - Van Gogh to Rothke. New friend Joann gave Jane and I excellent background on different styles of art. She taught art at Winthrop and Queens. Luckily the rain had stopped when we walked back to our hotel. After a full day at the museum, we walked to a nearby Italian restaurant for ...
... academic buildings! I wondered about the priorities at this school!
Then we drove to Bentonville and checked into the very "artsy" hotel called 21C. We walked around the Bentonville town square and toured the Walmart museum. Dinner was at our ...
... that haunt it are from all the different period. A student, a Nurse, a small boy, a builder from when it was originally built just to name a few.
We had lunch at a interesting place, Mud Street Cafe. This was originally part of the town until a mud slide cover up most of the street. All that remains now is the cafe that is well below street level. After lunch we continued our exploring. Returning to camp before ...