HomeTown Hotel Bryant Little Rock Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We got up early to make some time, one more long day on the superslab to make it to the actual "starting point" of our trip which would be Trinidad, CO. This was the only day rain was to be a factor on the entire trip. We said our thank you's and goodbyes and headed out into the darkness and pouring rain. The remainder of AR was not bad. We pulled off somewhere near the OK border to thaw/dry ...
... as I was really looking forward to seeing thee hot springs. Today was very chilled a relaxed, didn't really do much except drive and sleep but I think It was very much needed , we've only been here 8 days but it feels like forever already. Lunch was a nice little surprise we pulled up at the old mill, a cute little mill situated at the ...
... 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 ...
... a full scale replica of the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room. The timeline displays are excellent. There's even a penthouse suite on top of the library when the Clinton's come to town. Dad could have spent a day here reading every detail (no surprise), but we managed to do it in 3 hours with a tour and revisiting the high points. We also took time to visit the Heifer Project International ...
... it down to a variety of Eminem, Marvin Gay, Shaggy, and some country music (thank you Annie ;) ) There was little to look at, we were on the same road for about 75 of the miles, but we managed to make it to Little Rock in good spirits. Little Rock was a kind of oasis amongst the monotony of the surrounding crop lands. We ...