Days Inn and Suites Brinkley

Address: 1815 N. Main Street, Brinkley, Arkansas, 72021, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1815 N. Main Street, Brinkley.
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    A travel blog entry by cruisinseniors on Aug 05, 2015

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    ... and we made it to the car without floating away. Once again I needed to drive because of crossing the Mississippi, but before we could get very far, the "dumping" began again and this time it was worse. We had to pull over to the side to wait it out. Well we were there for about 15 minutes before it slacked enough to feel safe about driving. When I say it was raining hard, we could not see 20 feet in front of us and was very dark. Soon we could ...

    CA - FL to AR, stopped by weather

    A travel blog entry by wesca on Jun 16, 2015


    ... from south to north in this area for several days. Add the afternoon thunderstorms and it's better to stay put for the night.

    Friendly Airport Manager, Larry, takes care of me. After getting the RANS gassed up, tied down and covered (and after taking a short nap) Larry drives me to town for a catfish dinner and steamed veggies ... Ok I also had hush puppies and onion rings! Delicious. Aren't small country towns and airports FUN! He offered ...

    Day 4 TAT

    A travel blog entry by bluemarlin on Jun 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the go pro so have some footage of this.

    after a few hours we met up with Bob the guy we met on the first day of the TAT. we took a few photos etc and headed on. we soon came across a flooded part of the trail. Bob went first to give us a clue as to depth,...ummm looks risky but on we go. the flooded part went on and turned a corner which caught us out and ...

    Arkansas, Hellooooooo

    A travel blog entry by alicoad on Jun 10, 2014

    22 photos

    ... for peaches and plums -Basically play chicken with a driver (he laid on his horn and wouldn't budge)... We all survived -Lunch at a run down gas station -A serious case of lunch legs -We're riding on the Trail of Tears -Stretch and whine on the side of the road (we just didn't want to be on the bike today) -A woman and her daughter pulled off to the side of the road to check and make sure we were ...

    Our Kansas. Must be tornado alley

    A travel blog entry by millertime2bike on Jun 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... telling us to get off roads immediately, it messes with your head. At least mine anyways. Taylor got me through that mental block by encouraging me. Amazing how hard your body can work while your mind is trying to work both against you and with you at same time. Held back the tears because at that point I knew sharknado would swallow me whole if I stopped. We tore past many other riders and continued on, even losing beloved bears flip flop on the way. 15 of us did manage to get ...