Comfort Suites Conway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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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 ...
... a view of the city before heading back to the apartment for a short (3 hour) nap. After some rest and showers , we were ready to get some groceries in the rain and explore Trastevere a bit. We had pizza and wine at Carlo Menta, as recommended by our kids, then crossed the Tiber to walk the streets of Rome. Even with a steady rain, there were decent crowds everywhere we went. Returned home at 10 tired, but excited for the days ahead. ...
... and over the Ole Muddy and into "The Natural State" of Arkansas. This is my first time crossing back over the Mississippi River since Mom & Dad adopted me from Texas and we moved to Kentucky six years ago. It feels good to be back on the west side of the Ole Muddy.
I'm not sure what's so natural about Arkansas. It all looks like just a bunch of flat farm land until you get to the western edge ...
... plied the river, there was a tavern that sat on the ground where the park is now, and that women traveling up the river would observe the male patrons of the tavern sitting out front sipping spirits from jugs, and claim that the drunks at the tavern drank until they swelled up like toads. Sounds plausible to me.
The park is actually very spacious, with many large trees shading the lawns. We would like to come back sometime.