La Quinta Inn & Suites Little Rock N - McCain Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Dad picked me up from the Pet Safe doggie resort yesterday and we got on the road west. Since it was the first day, I let him do all the driving; lucky guy.
Our first travel day was through some tough snowy, icy weather. I heard Dad say it was so bad that everyone was traveling UNDER the speed limit. Sounds to me like they were all taking …
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 …
Ok so still feel bad this morning, in fact I threw up - can't even remember the last time that happened, perhaps it wasn't the cocktail after all. Peter had a lonely breakfast, as I felt so bad. Eventually got on the road and programmed in first stop Graceland. It was really weird when we got there, it's in a busy scruffy road lined with the usual fast food outlets. You pull into a huge car park (not necessary in January!) and walk to the ticket office, we got the cheapest tour, the ...
... River Rail Trolley (or tram as we Brits would say) that linked Little Rock with North Little Rock. The trolley was free of charge presumably as it was a public holiday marking Martin Luther King Day in the USA.
Prior to returning to our cheap and cheerful Super 8 motel in North Little Rock we drove out to the 'Big Dam Bridge' or maybe it was the 'Dam Big Bridge' or even the 'Big Bridge Dam' . . . . . anyway the bridge is the longest purpose ...
... exhibit going on. She said that museums need to do this to increase visitation from time to time. All of the museums I have visited do this, and I hope it works to provide these museums with some level of economic viability. Although like most things federal, economic sustainability is measured by how much money can be printed.
I have added pictures of the Chihuly exhibit, since my wife could not be in attendance. It took me 45 seconds to ...