Holiday Inn Express & Suites Conway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Really sad to leave Graceland's and Memphis, absolutely loved every minute of it. Another early start as we have a 290 mile journey to make to Arkansas were we are staying at the Queen Wilhelmina campsite 2000 miles up in the mountains. We have decided not to go to hot springs as apparently they have better ones in San Francisco I must say I ...
... to settle for regular gas on occasion. Some of the country side was desert, much farming, although no irrigation unlike Texas which has that aquifer, piped in underground, so everything gets watered. Later on it was treed and much logging by huge paper mill companies. Both Arkansaw and Oklahoma were ...
... We could see the Mark Twain Riverboat Landing and USS Razorback & Arkansas Maritime Museum. They would be fun to visit on another visit to Little Rock. We did learn that this is Bill Clinton's town. We stayed at the Comfort Inn & Suites Presidential which served presidential pizza, and we saw presidential ice cream (Blue Bell). Tomorrow we are going to the Clinton Presidential Center and walk the Clinton Park ...
Spent the day in Little Rock, Arkansas.
We rode our bikes as far around the Arkansas River Trail as far as we could, which turned out not to be very far. The temperature was around 92 and at least 300% humidity (: We did fine on the part that was down by the water but then it moved inward to the city proper and the added radiant heat from the concrete did us in. Oh boy, what are we in for once we get out west ...
... bride wanted to get married before his trip so that she could come also. He refused saying it was too dangerous and left without her. Her desire to go was so great she disguised herself as a cabin boy and got a job aboard ship. Her disguise was so well that even her love, Chavet, didn't recognize her. She was called Petit Jean, or Little John. The ship made it down the Arkansas River and came to a mountain where they were greeted by Indians. They ...