Americas Best Value Executive Inn & Suites Arkadelphia
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... to Big Bend NP. It was approximately 400 "extra" miles, but at this point that did t seem like a big deal After about 2 hour of small, narrow road driving, mostly behind oil carrying big rigs, I decided I've had enough of the desert and it was time to head east. I changed direction and headed toward Arkansas. After a night in Eastland Texas, I sped a good portion of the day finishing my drive to Hot Springs NP. ...
... explains why biker noise I broke the peace last night until the wee hours of the morning. I was just happy not to fight the traffic again.
My day was given to hiking the perimeter of Hot Springs National Park, a loop I thought was a little more than 10 miles but turned out to be more like 14. Perhaps the best part was listening to the ...
... a steady progression of motorcycles and occasional hot rods parade up and down the main drag. The noise level, both inside the tasting room and out was quite "impressive" though hardly relaxing. So Patty decide to take the waters -- whirlpool bath, steam, needle shower, and massage -- the full package. I took to the trails on Hot Springs Mountain. She came out relaxed and rosy; I returned a little sweaty (but pleased ...
... 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 ...
... it to Vicksburg and the National Park
http://www.nps.gov/vick/index.htm and got the visitors stamp. I now officially qualify as an Iron Butt. We saw the Cairo Museum at Vicksburg. This was the first ship in the history of warfare to be sunk by torpedo. Rode around Vicksburg and stopped for lunch at the Walnut Hills Restaurant
http://www.walnuthillsms.com/ . The fried chicken was wonderful (I have ...