Candlewood Suites Conway
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... really good restaurant across from our hotel. Dizzy Gypsy. Now the kids (including Paul) are swimming in the outdoor pool again. My little water babies.
I can't tell you how much fun I am having on this trip. We are all having so much fun. We are sharing an experience that we will never forget from the little moments to the fun-filled activities. We are learning from each other, tolerating ...
... better. I had an awesome vegetarian sandwich and vegetable stew. Look closely at the picture of Jim's lunch and you will see our dinner hosts..... Oh, yes. Happy Canada Day today to our Canadian friends.
We took a walk along the River Market which hosts many restaurants and shops in this state capital. Of course, there was a stop at Kilwin's for a dish ...
... but instead got heavy appetizers and brisket sandwich. We arrived at 8:40 and had to wait an hour for a table... Extremely late dinner for us, but the BBQ fries were so good, similar to BBQ nachos, but with fries. Just as we arrived at the restaurant the storm started building. While waiting for our table there was a sand storm outside that blasted us... everyone ran inside and spit grit the rest of the night. ...
That's Italian for - we are going to Tuscany. This will be our third trip to Tuscany and our 7th to Italy. We decided that we weren't getter any younger or riding any faster. (Actually, Karen never ages and she is riding faster than ever so that last statement only applies ...
... 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.