The Austin Convention Hotel & Spa
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We drove about 400 miles today. A little further than we had wanted, but we relaxed when we arrived. We are in a very nice RV park, Arkadelphia RV Park. We have driven through much farmland. Soybeans, corn and now some cotton fields. Farmers are praying for dry weather and wind to dry out their fields. The further south we came, the fields are drying enough and the farmers are busy with their ...
Tuesday morning I made a telephone call to my sister in Dallas, TX, to see if we could get together along the road in the near future. It turned out that their schedule only allowed a visit this week. So.......
Wednesday, October 1st - Travel from Branson, MO to Hot Springs, AR
Both parties swung into action and hit the roads Wednesday morning for a rendezvous at Hot Springs, AR, Lake Catherine Campground, arriving ...
We arrived here on Tuesday - planning to stay only 2 nights, but when we woke up this morning to pouring rain and read some of the details about the park we were planning to go to (Millwood Landing RPI Membership Park in Ashdown, AR), we decided to just add another $12/day to the automated check-in machine here at Gulpha Gorge and stay until Monday.
Planning to do the tour of the Fordyce Bathhouse (NP Visitor Center ...
... a full scale replica of the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room. The timeline displays are excellent. There's even a penthouse suite on top of the library when the Clinton's come to town. Dad could have spent a day here reading every detail (no surprise), but we managed to do it in 3 hours with a tour and revisiting the high points. We also took time to visit the Heifer Project International ...
... of the Vapors," and it was said to have been a neutral territory where all tribes could enjoy its healing waters in peace. Spanish and French settlers claimed the area in the mid-1500s. Explorer Hernando de Soto was the first European to visit Hot Springs in 1541.
Fast forward to the late 19th/early 20th century when it became a favourite hang out for mobsters and baseball players. I did not delve too much into ...