Captain Henderson House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Said a reluctant good bye to Kelly, Mike and the kids. We had such a good time with you! Mike thanks for helping with the motor home leak. We now have a Tupperware bowl glued to the roof of the motor home to help cover the satellite wires that were allowing water to flow freely into the motor home. Left Dallas at 11:00. Caught up with hurricane Bill's rain and ...
... were happy to be able to chill in the car so early in the morning. We headed to Hot Springs and arrived bright and early. After breakfast we explored Hot Springs National Park. The boys loved the brief hike we took and thought that the old bath house was really cool.
... And, of course, with the coupon we had, we were able to get 10% off, and a complementary brownie and ice cream dessert.
In the morning we are off to Eureka Springs, by way of Arkansas Scenic Route 7. Looking forward to some great scenery, and maybe a little cave exploration along the way.
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... ride. Unfortunately, the Natchez Trace runs South to North, and we are now traveling East to West. No beautiful West/East roads in Mississippi. US-82W was a nice road, just flat, straight, and boring. Nothing but poverty and cotton fields on both sides of the road as far as the eye could see. Only good thing we saw was gas for $2.19 per gallon just before we got to Arkansas. Even Arkansas ...
... to be, in a "Heat Advisory" condition, and the thought of sitting in a hot springs did not appeal to us in the least! Nevertheless, we wanted to visit the park and see what it was all about. Well, the hot springs are not volcanic, but geothermal in nature, and piped into what were once luxurious bath houses, fashioned after European spas. People traveled from far and wide for the therapeutic and healing benefits of the ...