La Quinta Inn & Suites Conway
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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 ...
... 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 & ...
Arrived in Little Rock about 5:00 PM. Travel was uneventful with good weather and very little traffic which is the way we like it. We had a great evening exploring the Little Rock River District which was near our hotel. There was a large farmers' market with lots of local products. The produce looked great - especially the peaches. Too bad we would have to leave them In a hot car so we passed. We ate at a restaurant ...
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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 ...
... the Indians for the summer. On the day they were to setoff back to France Petit Jean became ill, which resulted in her identity finally being revealed. They had made it a ways down river, and she requested they take her back to the mountain so she could die there. They granted her wish and the Indians carried her to the top of the mountain where she died and was buried.
Anne thinks it is true romantic tragedy, Cecil thinks its a load of bull.