Days Inn Fordyce

2500 West 4th Street, Fordyce, Arkansas, 71742, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 2500 West 4th Street, Fordyce.
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Travel Blogs from Fordyce

Day 3 Clinton's Presidential Library

A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Jul 23, 2014

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Went to Bill Clinton's Presidential Library & Museum today. It is an amazing Presidential Center on about 35 acres. It includes the library, a 20,000 square foot dramatic glass structure overlooking the Arkansas River, a park area that has the Clinton Park Bridge and a separate building which is the Clinton School of Pubic Policy, affiliated with the University of Arkansas. The library is very well ...

Day 2 Little Rock

A travel blog entry by lindaspurgeon on Jul 22, 2014

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... We could see the Mark Twain Riverboat Landing and USS Razorback & Arkansas Maritime Museum. They would be fun to visit on another visit to Little Rock. We did learn that this is Bill Clinton's town. We stayed at the Comfort Inn & Suites Presidential which served presidential pizza, and we saw presidential ice cream (Blue Bell). Tomorrow we are going to the Clinton Presidential Center and walk the Clinton Park ...

Bigger than I thought!

A travel blog entry by evans2014 on Jul 19, 2014

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... peckish.
To our delight we found a restaurant beside the lake. Not much to look at, but when we were served our food, it was scrumptious. The lady running the cafe told us of a couple of places of interest, so off we went again
We learned about the beginnings of Arkansas called the Arkansas Post- a trading post between the first European settlers and the friendly Indians.
The other place was a bit sad really. Try hards in my opinion.
Back to the hotel for ...

Laying On Arkansas Grass, Once Again

A travel blog entry by buckanddeanne on Jul 14, 2014

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... The lightening was a flashy, forked wonder for the eyes; we were looking forward to connecting with some lightening music history of the state. I recall as a boy reading in RAM magazine about The Ozark Music Festival of 1974, legendary despite authorities at the time describing it as a disaster. "It became a haven for drug pushers," wrote the chief of police. "The scene made the degradation of Sodom and Gomorrah appear mild. Natural ...

Nice bike loop around the Arkansas River

A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 08, 2014

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... deserts? http://arkansasrivertrail.org/

We spent some time in the Little Rock River market which was a typical city marketplace with locally grown produce and goods. It was in a great location down by the waterfront. We met some nice folks that were shucking beans in preparation for sale.
We met a nice Reverend and his wife as they were walking around a nice boardwalk area. He invited us down to ...