Americas Best Value Executive Inn & Suites Arkadelphia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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.
... to the elements, and I found I could handle it as long as I didn't go too near the railing. Jody doesn't have a fear of heights problem, so pictures from this floor were relegated to her.
In between rides up and down the mountains, were were also able to get in some hiking. The trails were great, though most were either uphill or downhill and very little flat ground I managed to get in over ...
... and Hot Springs. Sure enough, just as we crossed into Mississippi, the sky opened up and it rained so hard, I could barely see. Of course, it had to be on AL-86/MS-388,a nice hilly, twisty road with no shoulder, and no civilization. So we just soldiered on until we came to what looked like an abandoned gas station right out of Deliverance, where we could pull over for a few minutes until ...
After leaving Memphis in the afternoon we stopped in the small town of Hot Springs, Arkansas. The area is home to 47 natural hot springs, many of which have been made into water fountains or free taps. The city has a long history of bathing houses due to its hot springs. In 1921 the area became the first government protected reservation in the country. It has ...
... 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 ...