Comfort Inn Malvern
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Said a reluctant good bye to Kelly, Mike and the kids. We had such a good time with you! Mike thanks for helping with the motor home leak. We now have a Tupperware bowl glued to the roof of the motor home to help cover the satellite wires that were allowing water to flow freely into the motor home. Left Dallas at 11:00. Caught up with hurricane Bill's rain and ...
... were happy to be able to chill in the car so early in the morning. We headed to Hot Springs and arrived bright and early. After breakfast we explored Hot Springs National Park. The boys loved the brief hike we took and thought that the old bath house was really cool.
... the full experience.
After the bath, we visited the park visitor center and got our national park passports stamped. Bought a t-shirt, and headed back to the hotel. In our hiking around the mountain last night, we noticed some very interesting mountain roads that led up to the tops of both the east and west mountains. It was a great motorcycle ride both up and down the mountains, very ...
... and Hot Springs. Sure enough, just as we crossed into Mississippi, the sky opened up and it rained so hard, I could barely see. Of course, it had to be on AL-86/MS-388,a nice hilly, twisty road with no shoulder, and no civilization. So we just soldiered on until we came to what looked like an abandoned gas station right out of Deliverance, where we could pull over for a few minutes until ...
... A yard with a fading abandoned trailer home next to a neat, recently built bungalow. The upwardly mobile. The best shot for the American dream was building on a piece of land that was already in the family.
There were many broken down shacks that one would have assumed were abandoned were it not for a pickup truck or car and fading, plastic, children's toys in the yard. Some places were even the proverbial Appalachian stereotypical setup with ...