Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a great lunch at Simms .On our way to Texas, the three Malvern, Pa. residents couldn't help but stop and see Malvern, Arkansas! Councilman Becker needed to compare town's facilities. From there, we headed to our stop for the night, right outside of Dallas. An extra bonus... dinner was (NOT Texas bar b que or ribs)-but terrific German brats and sauerkraut! A nice ...
We have finally arrived in Little Rock, AR. Route 40 west going into Little Rock was a nightmare but we are one of the lucky ones. We passed at least ten vehicles on the side of the road with flashers on, because of flat tires. The roads are horrendous here. We feel like astronauts trying to circumnavigate the moon. Now we are off to Hot springs ...
... Maria en Trastevere. We sat at the fountain and people watched with our luggage for a spell, then ventured back to the apartment to find Angela cleaning it for us. She let us drop off our bags, then, with our lighter load, we headed out for exploring. We came upon a church square with a huge police and military presence. We found out later that a scene from a James Bond movie is being filmed there. We wandered up Gianicolo ...
... So, with a little Corgi math, I calculated that in our 8 hour trip, we saw 10,560 trucks. Pretty impressive huh? Hmmm, I wonder how many of them were full of dog cookies? For all my dawgs out there, that's a total of 24,500 trucks.
Despite my protests, we passed through Nashville without so much as a 'stop and wave' at the Grand Ole Opry. A few hours later, we crossed through Memphis past a silly ...
... of the Arkansas River. We’re parked in a small city owned park for RVs and family picnics. There’s a large covered pavilion that can be rented named the Hastings Pavilion. Who would have thought????? The park has a few trees, gravel spaces, only a few picnic tables and no other amenities. But we’re backed up to the river and have a great view of the city across the river. The night view is great. We ...