Baymont Inn & Suites Hot Springs
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We loved our campsite at Hot Springs National Park. The week flew by quickly with hikes, trips to town and lots of campfires and new friends!
Pulled out Friday and headed to Memphis, TN where we stayed at a state park near downtown and enjoyed oysters @ Pearls Oyster House and later a stroll down Beale Street and fantastic ribs at B.B. Kings.
The following morning, we headed to Cookeville, TN and landed ...
... for our bikes (which no bike shop keeps in stock, apparently), we went home and Amanda passed out. Around 8, we ordered pizza from Molly O'Brien's. Aunt Linda and Uncle John left to pick it up just as a huge thunderstorm struck. Wind was blowing the trees all over, rain was coming down hard and lightening was striking every second. Good thing the pizza was worth the dangerous drive. We all went to bed shortly after eating more than our fair share of ...
... the former. Also, we got a good spot right on Lake Catherine. Lots of kids around enjoying swimming, biking and all around having a great summer time. It was fun to see them out.
The next move was precipitated by the fact that we could get a spot in the national park. They are always very hard to get into without a reservation made months ahead of time but for some reason, this little treasure goes seeking and there are a number of open ...
... in the first place we saw called the Brick House. Our waitress was a 65 year old ding bat. Delightfully confused. The food was good and I coffeed up.
After brunch we walked back down the Promenade and noticed the trail head up the West Mountain from which the 47 natural springs flow. At the top of the mountain is the Hot Springs Mountain Tower. It's 120 ft tall and is in it's 4th reincarnation. Built in 1983 it has ...
... in the vapor chamber was pretty great. In the Hot Spring's hey day they gave 67,000 baths a year in the bath house that is now the visitor's center. About the time we were done with the tour it was beer:30.
We tried a bodega that had two six packs of beer total for $10 apiece. We decided to try for greener pastures and took a 30 minute trek across town where we found a/the liquor store. Here we were able to stock up ...
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