Days Inn Carlisle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet 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 ...
... fellow group members.
The building also houses a rather good restaurant which seemed to be far better than the prices being charged suggested. It really was a classy looking place but our soup and a sandwich was just $8.00 each which is what you might expect to pay in any of the chain restaurants stateside for something similar. We rounded the early afternoon off with a walk around downtown Little Rock and took a trip (or ride as they would say here) ...
... hotel. My travels have cemented the stereotype that Indian immigrants have captured the entry level hotel market. Like many immigrants before them, they choose to work at low wages with 24/7 work schedules for themselves as opposed to some company. Capitalism at its best.
I was up early on Wednesday, and headed to downtown Little Rock. It is an old city located along the banks of the Arkansas River. I walked around the River Market District ...
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, ...
... been coming down with some sort of sickness…it was inevitable; everyone’s passing it around the lot. Seems to be a severe cold, but no less annoying when you work every day and especially when you wear a clown nose. I’m just waiting for the day I catch it…
We’re heading to Newport, Arkansas tomorrow at 6am…a tractor will be on hand to tow out the semis, so keep your fingers crossed that all will go ...