Hampton Inn and Suites Pine Bluff
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in home ownership, which we now know was followed by an economic bust caused by sub-prime mortgages for people who probably couldn't have afforded them had long standing banking underwriting practices been followed. Neither, the home ownership or economic melt down can be attributed to one president or their administration. Another interesting Clinton museum display were aluminum notebooks which contained the detailed schedules for every day of ...
... to shore and returned the canoe. After our little excursion, we packed up camp, and took our showers. Shane went and found one of the geocaches hidden in the park while he was waiting on me. Then we hit the road. We had lunch in the town of Monticello at an Italian restaurant called Panorama Ristorante. We split a sausage pizza and both had side salad, both were good. We made our way to Pine Bluff which was going to ...
... and saw a couple houses turned over. So we stopped a took a few pictures. We eventually made our way to the campground, where we saw the two muddiest little boys, picked our site and set up camp. We went back into Star city for dinner. On our way we stopped at the Piggly Wiggly to pick up some marshmallows. Pretty much our only option in town for dinner was Subway (except a Mexican restaurant bit since we had Mexican the night before we decided to ...
Up around 7.30am to another rather chilly morning. After breakfast we headed off home. It had been pointed out to us at the Central High School Visitor Centre yesterday that there was a place called England just east of Little Rock. Well, we ...
... the Mississippi River after going through small towns that looked as if the people had just "Up and left". Literally just inside Arkansas (we know this is where we were because we had stopped for Tina's traditional state sign pictures) so we were right into Arkansas, we spotted at least 40 deer grazing in a field and the corn patch next to it. The deer stuck their heads out from between all the rows and stared at us. (I cannot fault the deer for that we do tend to ...