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Quite enjoyed Hot Springs, AR (apart from the little moto accident). Of course the Hot Springs are the main attraction. Town gets its name from the natural thermal spring waters found here. Flowing out of the ground at an average temperature of 143 °F, the hot springs produce almost one million gallons of water each day. It's hard to tell exactly …
... was right next to the Clinton Library. We did not know it was located in Little Rock. It is a charity we have contributed to over the years most recently this past Christmas when we purchased animals in Andrew, Lily, & Michael's names. They have a great learning center for children and a wonderful cafe. After lunch, we are on our way to Austin. Hope to make it before Ailish's bedtime ...
Sure enjoyed Arkansas--stunning scenery with the mountains, forests, rivers, lakes, and fabulous state parks.
Loved wandering through the Ozarks meeting so many friendly people.
Time to head back to Florida, through Mississippi and Georgia doing very little sightseeing on the way. Chores to get done before going to the ...
... nutella caramel brownie, triple chocolate chunk (good) Trip Adviser rates this as #1 place to eat in Hot Springs; Urban Spoon #2. Sure wouldn't agree with that; Moe's is much better.
Fat Bottom Girls Cupcakes
Italian Cream and Crème Brule. Darn, no Death by Chocolate. Cupcakes are nice and moist but way too sweet. Better have a real sweet tooth to eat a whole ...
LAKE QUACHITA STATE PARK
Pretty back road drive on Center Ridge Road.
Visitor Center for map of area.
Beautiful Lake; need a boat to really enjoy this area.
Three Sisters Springs
Little dirt road going to springs and "beach" area ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe B Inn Hot Springs
Really neat little motel very close to the historic center. Very reasonable priced, impeccably clean, themed rooms which adds a bit of fun and interest to the experience. The owner (I think), Joseph, is nice, friendly and very accommodating. Includes a $10 credit for breakkie at great restaurant and small health food store (The Park Island Market & Cafe) owned by same a few metres away. It really deserves a review of its own but I can quickly note that every meal I had there was delicious, all staff were friendly and helpful ( special shout out to Steven for all the wonderful healthy foods you prepared, love those greens compadre), and decent selection of local, organic goods.
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