Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... River Rail Trolley (or tram as we Brits would say) that linked Little Rock with North Little Rock. The trolley was free of charge presumably as it was a public holiday marking Martin Luther King Day in the USA.
Prior to returning to our cheap and cheerful Super 8 motel in North Little Rock we drove out to the 'Big Dam Bridge' or maybe it was the 'Dam Big Bridge' or even the 'Big Bridge Dam' . . . . . anyway the bridge is the longest purpose ...
... similar to our North Market. Unfortunately, it was in the low 40's, otherwise I would have ridden on the bike trail that traverses the river twice and forms a 14 mile loop. Damn weather..
I was first through the doors as the William J. Clinton Presidential Library opened at 9 in the morning. The building is glassy, shiny, and flashy. Being somewhat frugal, it amazed me at all the wasted space surrounding the glass exterior walls. It is ...
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, ...
... a river which was used in the opening scene of gone with the wind. Love these quirky, random stops off. Once we hit camp we had free time to do as we pleased I just just chilled out. Think everyone was on a downer from Memphis. Apparently were we are camping they are prone to bears and tarantulas this should prove to be an interesting nights sleep ...