Days Inn & Suite Bentonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the Ozarks. Apples and other fruit were a major industry until the 1920's and 1930’s when fruit diseases and the depression caused their failure. Springdale is the home of Tyson and chickens are now the biggest industry here. It was interesting that all signs in the Shiloh Museum were both in English and Spanish – lots of Hispanics here and I assume many work in the poultry business. ...
... the Army Corps of Engineers built Beaver Dam, the fourth dam on the White River, in 1964 it flooded much of a very poor, rural area and changed the economy and lifestyles of many inhabitants. Many of the small towns grew rapidly and have identified different ways to adjust. Rogers is west of Beaver Lake and became a boomtown in 1880's when the railroad came. The downtown area has been restored to what it was originally. The Historical Museum has ...
Cloudy, dark day with temperatures only reaching the low 60's. I have enjoyed not moving my RV the last three days but today it was time to travel west. My first stop was a local shopping center with a grocery store, laundromat, and bakery all in one strip... most convenient. Thorncrown Chapel is a beautiful building in the middle of the Ozark woodlands. The ...
... up with a Red tram tour throughout the historical area and then a Blue tram home. It was a perfect day for walking – about 70 degrees, sunshine until about 4:00 p.m. ; Am back in RT now – reading one of the books recommended for my Road Scholar class. Another good ...
At one time there were 42 springs, thought to be medicinal, located within the city limits of Eureka Springs. People came to drink the water and to appreciate the beautiful mountain scenery. Today I explored parts of the city. Took the blue route tram to the train station for a ride on the Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway in a 1940's diesel engine and a ...