La Quinta Inn & Suites Little Rock N - McCain Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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 …
... We could see the Mark Twain Riverboat Landing and USS Razorback & Arkansas Maritime Museum. They would be fun to visit on another visit to Little Rock. We did learn that this is Bill Clinton's town. We stayed at the Comfort Inn & Suites Presidential which served presidential pizza, and we saw presidential ice cream (Blue Bell). Tomorrow we are going to the Clinton Presidential Center and walk the Clinton Park ...
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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 ...
... resulted in a somewhat unfortunate job task of standing in a giant mud pit (which was the crawl space of the home) to install new floor joists and subfloor that had been gutted after the fire. We slipped around a lot and made friends with many spider colonies (but I'm not complaining). Overall, we made it fun and efficient, sharing the responsibility of measuring board lengths through sheets of spider webs. Our site supervisor was pretty cool but also slightly terrifying, as he had ...
After a delicious breakfast consisting of pancakes and bacon provided by the church, we set off to our build site in Little Rock. I was with the group that went to lay the roofing down at a house Habitat for Humanity of Pulaski county is building. I mostly spent the time handing up the sheets to my teammates who were on the roof. I ...