Comfort Suites Conway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Hot tub
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
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... for $37 each. Then a bus takes you just across the busy road and up the drive to the mansion, well actually not a mansion just a house. Amazingly he bought it when he was 21 and stayed there, it's not far back from the road and has other old houses behind. Inside it got weirder, it's all 70s but really tacky,some rooms lots of mirrors, the jungle room completely carpeted - ceiling too. You're not allowed upstairs to the bedrooms although you could see his parents bedroom on the ...
... life story of Bill Clinton we joined an enthusiastically led tour of the building and exhibits. There was so much to take in about his life since being born as William Jefferson Blythe (his father died shortly before he was born and his mother re-married when he was young and thus he became a Clinton), to his meeting Hillary, becoming the youngest ever state governor through to his presidency years and beyond. It really was interesting as was chatting to our ...
... in home ownership, which we now know was followed by an economic bust caused by sub-prime mortgages for people who probably couldn't have afforded them had long standing banking underwriting practices been followed. Neither, the home ownership or economic melt down can be attributed to one president or their administration. Another interesting Clinton museum display were aluminum notebooks which contained the detailed schedules for every day of ...
Early on the morning of the 10th we were ready to embark. It was actually going to happen. We had a long day ahead of us and it surely turned out to be one. Destination: a friend's house in a suburb of Little Rock, AR. All went well, traveling through NC, into the mountains, then into the seemingly never ending rolling hills of E and central TN, ...
... 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.