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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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.
... very sharp hairpin turns. We're never one to miss out on an exhilarating ride.
At the top of the east mountain, there is a 216 foot tall observation tower. Luckily there is an enclosed elevator to the top with 2 observation floors. The lower floor is fully enclosed in glass, and gives great views of the surrounding mountains. Very safe, and not at all scary. The upper observation floor ...
I expected today to be quiet and uneventful. Thought I was being clever, and checked the weather in Tuscaloosa and Hot Springs before we left. Both had little or no rain in the forecast for today. So I went ahead and booked us into the Alpine Inn for 2 nights and set out what was expected to be a long but boring journey. What I forgot to check was the weather report for Mississippi ...
... 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 ...