Best Western Conway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Ok so still feel bad this morning, in fact I threw up - can't even remember the last time that happened, perhaps it wasn't the cocktail after all. Peter had a lonely breakfast, as I felt so bad. Eventually got on the road and programmed in first stop Graceland. It was really weird when we got there, it's in a busy scruffy road lined with the usual fast food outlets. You pull into a huge car park (not necessary in January!) and walk to the ticket office, we got the cheapest tour, the ...
... cycle bridge in the USA spanning the Arkansas River about eight miles from downtown. The bridge is part of a fourteen mile cycle and walking route that seemed popular with runners, cyclists and walkers alike and hopefully it will help promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
We finished our time in Little Rock at The Outback Steakhouse which provides a vaguely Australian theme to a fairly standard American steakhouse experience. Being just a few ...
... on steroids. A tour guide gathered up the first batch of visitors and told us that this is the only LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum Certified building among the 13 NARA presidential libraries. Like most recent presidential libraries, the Clinton Foundation raised approx. $150 million which was used to pay the cost of construction and to endow a fund to pay for the perpetual maintenance. It is the only presidential ...
... at an "On the Border", just outside Little Rock. Andy helped with some chain maintenance, tightening of fasteners, general once over of the bike, as he used to run a motorcycle repair shop in High Point. We rested well that night due to Andy and his girlfriend's hospitality, and that was a good thing, cause we knew we had an even longer day the ...
... sites along the way: the pyramid in Memphis (which is so much bigger than I had pictured in my mind) and watching a crop duster do its thing in eastern Arkansas (actually buzzing pretty low over I-40, which was cool). Crossed the Mississippi River for the first time - I'll be zig zagging over it for the next week.