El Dorado EconoLodge

Address: 1920 Junction City Road, El Dorado, Arkansas, 71730, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1920 Junction City Road, El Dorado, is near South Arkansas Arboretum and John Newton House.
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    Travel Blogs from El Dorado

    State hopping

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... net (you can find anything on the net) so at least we have a picture of the marker. I'm pretty sure we were close, just didn't look around very much.

    Back in the car we drove back the way we came and headed into Texarkana to visit the Texarkana Post Office which straddles the state line. We were not the only ones there today. We arrived about the same time a young man from LA, CA arrived. He had a selfie stick also and when ...

    Texarkana, sort of

    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Aug 06, 2015

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    ... not out in this one, but the rain was pounding the sides and roof and with the thunder, it was bad. We didn't have a lot of wind so at least the motorhome was not rocking and rolling. It also did not cool things off.

    We left Forrest City about 9:30 and headed for Texarkana area. I knew there were two areas where I would have to do the driving so Bob started out driving. We were going to cover about 250 miles today and ...

    I was in Tennessee 3 times

    A travel blog entry by jaim28 on Jul 13, 2015

    ... after leaving The Land!

    I finally make it to Texarkana, AR and I'm in the middle of town in the ghetto, I ended up like 20 min away from I-30 and had to use my atlas (yes, a paper map) to get me back to the highway to find a hotel. I found a super cheap Super 8 and got settled in for the night. It was after 9pm when I was in the room and settled. I had my boxed dinner and an apple and went to bed... at least I tried too.

    Toby, you all ...

    Jews in the Delta-- Hebrew Union Temple

    A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 23, 2015

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    The Jewish population of Mississippi began arriving in the mid-1700s when the Spanish controlled the region. When Greenville was incorporated in 1870, there were already 25-30 Jewish families that called the community of just under 900 home. In the 1940s, nearly 1/3 of the stores in the business area were Jewish owned. Among these ...

    Chinese in the Delta

    A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jun 23, 2015

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    If you asked people to describe the population of the Delta, most certainly would immediately come up with white and African Americans. Less likely to come off their tongues are the Chinese and Jews. Although dominated by the African American and white population, the population is far more diverse than that.

    As it turns out, a small group of Chinese came to the ...