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... by a couple of old hippies who looked like they just stepped out of the 1960's. Eureka Springs is really just a wonderful little town to visit, and I;m so glad we came here. There were quite a few motorcycles around, and I know I would thoroughly enjoy spending more time riding around the hills.
As 5 o'clock approached, we started looking for somewhere to eat. We were trying to decide whether to just eat downtown, or find ...
... thunder could be heard in the distance. So we donned our trusty rainsuits, again. It wasn't bad though, just a few minutes of off and on sprinkles as we made our way the remaining 50 or so miles to Eureka Springs.
Eureka Springs is a very unique town. We really haven't figured it all out yet, but there are a LOT of B&B's, Lodges, Cabins, and even Treehouses, so there must be some reason why people come here. The center of ...
... to go for a bit of a exploration drive and to find a restaurant for dinner. I would descried it as a arty, historic town.
It has over 400 hotels/motels. The big attraction these days is a play, "The Great Passion Play". It has been running since 1968 and is reported to have had over 7.7 million people see it and is sold out months in advance. So no we didn't see it.
Friday 25th May
In to town ...
... to see all the shows. A very entertaining day out and fun for all ages. Add in winery tours, light displays, and fun attractions (e.g. Hollywood Wax Museum) and this town becomes a must do if you are visiting central USA. We helped cook a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with our friend Lorie and her mum. Tour behind the scenes of a musical theatre production = ...
... in that time. Tastefully done and very homey. We had a really nice stay with them and hope they can spend some time with us in NY very soon.
Mollie and Marley got along with Squirt and we left them at the house while we went out.
Lambert's restaurant is a staple in Missouri. We had to wait 1/2 hour to be seated but conveniently next door was a cheese shop with ...