Americas Best Value Executive Inn & Suites Arkadelphia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Rob felt like he was holding on to a bronco. Luckily we did not have far to go. Arrived in Hot Springs Arkansas 5:00. Beautiful RVPark. Would love to return. Might not have time to go into town as we have no extra time ( misjudged the number of miles to Nashville). Maybe Rachael won't mind if we arrive later tomorrow. I really wanted to see this place. Wish me ...
We left Little Rock early in the morning (5 am) and attempted to head to Pinnacle Mountain to see the sunrise. Unfortunately the park didn't open until 6:30 so we opted not to wait. While mom and I were upset to miss what we have heard is a fantastic sunrise view, but ...
Today was a designated tourist day. Stuck around Hot Springs and did what other tourists do. The day started out with a trip to the Buckstaff Bath House. It's the last remaining bathhouse that still uses the original tubs and equipment from the 1920's and it really was like taking a trip back in time. This is, of course, a bathing suit optional kind of experience, so to get fully immersed ...
... had slowed enough to be tolerable. It wasn't really abandoned, but no one was there, so we kept our ears open listening for banjo music.
The rain drizzled on and off for the next couple of hours, and then cleared up for the rest of the day. The only interesting road in Mississippi is the Natchez Trace. Jody and I rode it over 10 years ago on my old Valkyrie, and it was a fun ...
... practice to name a new community with the one left behind.
Hope, Arkansas is the birthplace of President William Clinton. We toured the home where he lived with his mother and grandparents the first four years of his life. Bill Clinton's father died in a car accident shortly before he was born. It amazes me when I visit presidential childhood homes (I haven't visited that many); they always seem to have such humble ...