Hampton Inn North Little Rock-Mccain Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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We drove down from Nashville and ended up in Eureka Springs, Arkansas. This time we only got lost a couple times. Suzy says it was the GPS that is the problem, but I not so sure. We drove right down through downtown Eureka Springs. Now, if anyone has ever been through this beautiful little old natural springs town, you'll know what I'm talking about when I say it was a bit narrow. We barely made it through... then when we got to ...
Our last stop was with Lauren and Eric, Luke and John William in Little Rock, Arkansas. The boys had a blast swimming and the girls had some great cuzzie time too. Eric even had a break from call and was able to eat dinner with us. We woke up the next morning and headed all the way into New Iberia. The family was waiting for us with a warm welcome. We all agreed 10 days and about 3000 miles across the country was surprisingly fun! And God blessed us with a safe trek ...
... quite easy. Illinois is large. I'm talking stupid large. Or maybe tall, depending on whether you are looking at a map of it. As tall as Abe Lincoln's...hat. Anyway, we drove for half of our journey today and we were STILL in frickin' Illinois! It felt like sprinting up a down escalator- we just weren't getting anywhere at all!
In the middle of Illinois, we came across many strange sights. That's also a lie. It's hella boring ...
... so cool!
Our first stop was in Texarkana which is literally on the Texas/Arkansas border with half the town in each state. The Shell that we stopped at was on “State Line Ave”.
There was a drastic change in landscape once we were in Arkansas. On the interstate we were surrounded by 2 “walls” of trees. ...
... This is hard to believe but there you have it.
We hiked a mile down to the natural bridge (pic included), but doesn't do it justice. This was in the Ozark Mountains that are, to say the least, unbelievable. There's frequent signs that say "Crooked and Steep....xxxmiles" They weren't kidding....crookeder than Elliot Ness. Winding, hairpin turns, steep drops, then climb up the mountain again. Wore ...