Holiday Inn Express Suites - Malvern
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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The days are starting to blend together, making it difficult to remember exactly what day it is or how long I've been gone. A great feeling Yesterday I spent a good portion of day at Carlsbad Caverns NP. I signed up for the Kings Cavern tour, an 1.5 hour guided tour that started at "Level 2" of the cavern. Instead of taking the elevator down to the start of the tour, I walked the 2 or so miles down through the ...
... for Patty) then headed back to the historic district for a 12 year old Macallan in the ornate lobby bar of the Arlington Hotel. Our stroll along Central Avenue led us to the closing set of the Rockin' Delta Medicine Men.
Tomorrow we change our focus and begin the quest for the highest points in Arkansas (Monday) and Missouri (Tuesday).
... would originate. It is marked by a granite monument placed in 1927 in the midst of a headwater swamp. From there we drove to Little Rock Central High School, an early flashpoint in the fight to desegregate public schools. It is still an active high school, so we made the most of the visitor center across the street. Then on to Hot Springs and the unexpected rally. We had lunch at the Superior Bathhouse ...
... Rob felt like he was holding on to a bronco. Luckily we did not have far to go. Arrived in Hot Springs Arkansas 5:00. Beautiful RVPark. Would love to return. Might not have time to go into town as we have no extra time ( misjudged the number of miles to Nashville). Maybe Rachael won't mind if we arrive later tomorrow. I really wanted to see this place. Wish me ...
... was appalling. Much of the housing was comparable to what we saw along the roads in rural Central America. There were abandoned houses with peeling siding, boarded up windows, some with trees and vines trying to take them back to nature. Some lots had an abandoned dwelling with a lived-in trailer home next to it. When the upkeep on the home became unaffordable, a trailer was an economic alternative and the family moved next door.The polar opposite was also ...