Comfort Suites Conway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Fish. Dad could have his catfish and I got shrimp. We are too predictable! The food was great! We were amazed at how busy the restaurant was on a Tuesday night. We definitely picked a popular place. After dinner we went to the. Riverfront Park and walked the Junction Bridge which is a pedestrian bridge joining South Little Rock with North Little Rock. We had to take an elevator to the top of the bridge. The view ...
... to help serve dinner to the homeless in the area. We really wanted to do this as we thought that this would be an excellent experience for the kids but I lost his card with the contact information during the rest of our bike trip :(
We made our way over to the "Big Dam Bridge" which is "This famous 4,200 foot structure is the longest pedestrian/cyclist bridge in the world built solely for recreation"
... match went to penalty kicks. Brazil won the match on a 3 to 2 on the PK. I have never been much of a futbol fan, but I am getting in to the World Cup. Remember to root for the USA on Tuesday.
After getting everything settled for the night, we are off to the Texas Roadhouse for dinner. Looking forward to an ice cold martini and a good steak and salad for dinner.
Life is good.
... get up there at one point to hammer a few nails of my own. I will admit that I was quite terrified at first and moved very slowly along the roof in fear of falling off of it. It turned out to be okay, but I decided I much preferred ground work after today! Once we finished the roofing, we went to another site that had burned down in a ...
... 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.