Pine Bluff Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... s steak house. Shane had steak (duh) and I had halibut. My halibut was large enough to feed a small family, I think it's quite possible they served me half the fish. All the food was good, but the au gratin potatoes that Shane had order were absolutely scrumptious. The side effect of the tasty food was we both stuffed ourselves a little too full. We headed back to the hotel for a good night sleep before a long ...
... our own. I was to nervous to try that option. Just about two blocks away was a river park. There we walked out a board walk to look at the Mississippi. There river was big but not huge, but I don't think we were at a wide spot of the river. It was pretty none the less. It was hard to enjoy the beauty of the river though as there was a ridiculously loud noise coming from what we can only assume to be cicadas in the nearby trees. Their little shells ...
Up around 7.30am to another rather chilly morning. After breakfast we headed off home. It had been pointed out to us at the Central High School Visitor Centre yesterday that there was a place called England just east of Little Rock. Well, we ...
... gawk sometimes). We took pictures , unfortunately not with the deer but with the corn stalks. Little did we know that this would only be the beginning of literally over 100 miles of nothing but corn. We started to ask aloud "Where do these people,which we also saw little of, shop or go to school?" We did see a church with VBS in session and a packed parking lot of trucks or SUVs. Tina and I became bored and attempted to amuse ourselves with anything we could think ...