Candlewood Suites Conway
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- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Crossed the Mississippi River leaving Memphis into Arkansas, where we headed to Little Rock. We skipped anything Bill Clinton- MUCH more interested in seeing Charlie Collins, a friend from Siemens. Great visit at their home, and a very thrilling tour of the CAR BARN! Charlie has restored numerous MG's. Very proud of his work. Ann especially liked the 1958 model! We ...
We have finally arrived in Little Rock, AR. Route 40 west going into Little Rock was a nightmare but we are one of the lucky ones. We passed at least ten vehicles on the side of the road with flashers on, because of flat tires. The roads are horrendous here. We feel like astronauts trying to circumnavigate the moon. Now we are off to Hot springs ...
... Unfortunately, we had middle seats and were unable to photograph it for posterity. After a cursory perusal of our passports, we were allowed entry into Italy. Our cab driver did not speak any English, but was a great driver who enjoyed high rates of speed and the challenge of locating our obscure backstreet location of our apartment. We were too early to get in, so we wandered a few blocks to the beautiful church and piazza ...
... were more trucks on the road than cars. I know that because, well, I can count. Don't sound so surprised, I am a herding dog you know, and I have to keep track of all my sheep. So, I count them. Anyway, back to my truck story. While Dad was driving, I decided to count trucks; 1, 2, 3, 4 (next paw), 5, 6....Anyway, after several minutes, I got bored. But, I did count for 10 minutes, and averaged seeing 22 trucks ...
... how economical the truck is while towing, but have all the data to determine it.
The tractor-trailer traffic all the way from Nashville to Little Rock, Arkansas, was as crowded as I have ever seen it, and moved at a pretty constant 70 mpg. As we crossed the Mississippi River at Memphis, Cynthia commented that she was disappointed because if did not appear to be any "Mightier" to her than the Catawba River back home.