Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites North Little Rock
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... then I would have imagined. God has been parting the ways for us weather wise and we are so thankful, as the storms can be pretty fierce at times. We left early from Ok and arrived here around 2:30 and then the rain hit. Going out for a bite to eat now so I'll be in touch tomorrow. Love June & ...
... Fish. Dad could have his catfish and I got shrimp. We are too predictable! The food was great! We were amazed at how busy the restaurant was on a Tuesday night. We definitely picked a popular place. After dinner we went to the. Riverfront Park and walked the Junction Bridge which is a pedestrian bridge joining South Little Rock with North Little Rock. We had to take an elevator to the top of the bridge. The view ...
... deserts? http://arkansasrivertrail.org/
We spent some time in the Little Rock River market which was a typical city marketplace with locally grown produce and goods. It was in a great location down by the waterfront. We met some nice folks that were shucking beans in preparation for sale.
We met a nice Reverend and his wife as they were walking around a nice boardwalk area. He invited us down to ...
We had a quick breakfast at the Super 8 in Knoxville before getting on the road about 8:30 this morning. It was an easy drive this morning with only a little rain.
Stopped at Arby's for lunch and to gas up the rigs. A half mile down I-40 after lunch, the traffic came to a standstill. We wasted about an hour getting through the construction zone and on the road to Arkansas.