- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in someone's back yard but there they are on the right side of I-4 when you are driving east.
We are now in Arkansa and tomorrow we will be in Memphis TN. Don't know yet if we will stop to see Graceland or Beale Street. Depends on time; we are now getting down to the wire with having to be in Daytona Thursday.
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... get to where I am I've had to crawl over dead trees, or find the trail after it suddenly becomes over grown to the point I can't tell where it's going. I've walked into a ton of spider webs! About 75 percent of them I see before I hit them, but the other quarter hit me right in the face. I've had a few spider right on my face this trip as well. There's also colonies of baby ticks that are attaching to me as if I were their mother! Luckily the shower helped! ...
... I did. He covered my back with the hot towel and told me to lay down and relax. Another hot towel was placed across my front torso. Then I was cocooned in a white sheet and left to cool. I wondered if a timer would go off when I was done; I imagined someone tapping my head with a teaspoon, sprinkling me with salt. I dozed a little. Next thing he's unwrapping me. "Are you having a massage?" "Yes," I apologised. "I need it." The old man pointed to ...
... the week or so before we go back to work. Trip Summary 5985 miles driven 134:25 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 23 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 6 National Monuments 7 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National ...
Days 2 & 3 took us to the Buffalo National River in northern Arkansas. The river was the first with this designation, which it obtained a little more than 40 years ago. For years there was debate as to whether a dam would be built on this river. Eventually, it was decided to keep it running "free." Today, there are lots of canoe & kayak businesses that keep the river well used, and several campgrounds along its banks. Heads up: most of ...