Travel Blogs from Russellville
... around Bricktown, a trendy shopping district with a water canal similar to San Antonio, and to visit the Okla City Memorial that commemorates the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah building in 1995. We're hoping to see that at night as it appears they light the individual chairs that represent each person killed that day and it looks very powerful. We found Bricktown this evening and it was terrific. Lots of live music and a good ice cream shop. The canal, ...
... So steaks and veggies on the grill. The second night we hit the "restaurant," which had some charm, but the food was so-so. We got hit with a decent thunderstorm, but we just moved into the vestibule of the tent and kept reading. Overall, it was a relaxing place and would certainly be worth a float down the river. Trip Summary 822 miles driven 16:24 in the car 5 miles on the trail 4 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 Parkway 1 National ...
... see pics). It was stunning. -The ride went really well today actually. Really well. I was a little nervous because our previous 100+ miler was so, so long and strenuous for me. Today the leaders said that if we weren't back at host by 5:30 they'd start vanning us. That's where they come find you and put you in the van and drive you to host. No rider wants that. When they made that announcement, I immediately turned to Kim and said I'd hide from the van ...
Today was my second time on sweep, this time alongside Alicia and this time for the second of our three centuries we will complete on this trip. The first 35 miles or so were a breeze. Alicia and I chatted, took numerous pee breaks, and just took our time getting to the first lunch. We caught up with Christine and her group, who happened to be on their second flat of the day. Once she finished that up, we all cruised into lunch as a group. It was then that ...
... Butterfly Festival each spring.
--Signal Hill trail--self-guided trail map explains marked interest points along the trail.
Nice wide, well-maintained gravel trail to the Summit. Lots of wildflowers and butterflies along the way.
The top is in the middle of the forest; no views. The high-point monument is a stone map of Arkansas with ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed