Holiday Inn Little Rock-Airport-Conf Ctr
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arrived in Little Rock around 8 pm local time. The hotel was right on the river, providing some great views. We went for a short walk around the surrounding area and saw some gorgeous Greek Revival architecture. We also walked along the river. Little Rock has developed a great park area along the river front on both ...
That's Italian for - we are going to Tuscany. This will be our third trip to Tuscany and our 7th to Italy. We decided that we weren't getter any younger or riding any faster. (Actually, Karen never ages and she is riding faster than ever so that last statement only applies ...
We made it! To our first plane. It's 7:39 a.m. and everyone is resting comfortably (and quietly, for now) on our first flight from Little Rock to Atlanta. It's one hour and four minutes until we arrive at the place where we will spend our whole day - the Atlanta airport. This morning we got to LIT around 5 a.m. and waited forever in line to check our bags before getting to security. There weren't any problems, thankfully. Except we did realize in the TSA line that ...
Very nice RV park on the banks of the Arkansas River. We had light shows each night from the 2 bridges on either side of us - glowing w/ colorful neon LED lights! Met some nice fellow travelers there. Able to walk over the pedestrian bridge to the Clinton Presidential Library, Heifer International & some riverside ...
... and over the Ole Muddy and into "The Natural State" of Arkansas. This is my first time crossing back over the Mississippi River since Mom & Dad adopted me from Texas and we moved to Kentucky six years ago. It feels good to be back on the west side of the Ole Muddy.
I'm not sure what's so natural about Arkansas. It all looks like just a bunch of flat farm land until you get to the western edge ...