Country Inn Lake Resort
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... and I were thinking it is probably the only national park with a brewery so that's a plus in our book. We tasted four beers brewed from the hot spring water (served chilled luckily). We wanted to try to find a natural swimming hole but the locals told us they had been capped off. The only option for taking a hot spring bath is in ...
... There is so much to do and the people were very friendly. We liked well enough to purchase property overlooking Lake Cortiz. The average 3 bedroom/ 2 bath homes sells for around 160,000 dollars. Membership fee run 36 dollars a month.
Hot Springs Village is an inexpensive and safe paradise for vacations or retirement. We have been back twice since 2008 and still loved ...
We drove about 400 miles today. A little further than we had wanted, but we relaxed when we arrived. We are in a very nice RV park, Arkadelphia RV Park. We have driven through much farmland. Soybeans, corn and now some cotton fields. Farmers are praying for dry weather and wind to dry out their fields. The further south we came, the fields are drying enough and the farmers are busy with their ...
... of the Vapors," and it was said to have been a neutral territory where all tribes could enjoy its healing waters in peace. Spanish and French settlers claimed the area in the mid-1500s. Explorer Hernando de Soto was the first European to visit Hot Springs in 1541.
Fast forward to the late 19th/early 20th century when it became a favourite hang out for mobsters and baseball players. I did not delve too much into ...
... and/or grassfed/humanely raised meat, bought a couple of meals worth and headed south to Alabama. We dipped our toes across the state line into Alabama and cut west in order to snip off a corner of Mississippi. There was not a lot to report from our 11 hours in the car other than we stopped and had lunch at our favorite spot; a church parking lot. We have had tremendous luck finding lovely, calm and quiet places to stop for picnic lunches on ...