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What a great adventure for grandparents and their grandkids.
Seven years ago, when our oldest grandchild turned 10, I decided that toys and other gifts were short-lived and wanted to give him a memory of time spent with me. So a Road Scholar birthday adventure was the way to go.
So began the tradition of each grandchild's 1- year …
No pics again today. Arrived late afternoon and just socialized. Had dinner at the Uptown Cafe that had live entertainment with 50's and 60's music.
To bed early tonite.
... games. We then drove to the "Historic District". Beautiful scenery surrounded the White River but the 'historic' part left a lot to be desired. It was really an outdoor strip mall with many contemporary stores. Steve and the kids enjoyed go-karting to end the evening. Tomorrow (7/10) Will turns 15 and we're headed to St. Louis to see a Cardinals game. Happy Birthday Will! ...
After breaking camp this morning, we continued driving through the "mountains" of northern Arkansas to Pea Ridge National Military Park. Rural Arkansas is full of small towns that seem to be in the middle of nowhere. I think the biggest town we've passed through the past couple of days had a population of about 15,000. Another odd tidbit about Arkansas, they describe the mountain roads as "crooked and steep." Pretty sure that either of us has never seen that on a road sign ...
... everywhere) while today I saw more abandoned houses and villages in North Arkansas.
I toured a funky old house called Quigley's Castle - The Ozarks Strangest Dwelling. Built in 1942 Mrs Quigley designed the house so she could have tropical plants grow inside her house in the ground (soil). The plants reach the ceiling of the second floor & there is a definite ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel Branson
The hotel was delightful with an attached restaurant. Walk to shops, the river and lots of places for dining. A cab or car is necessary to get to the "shows" as they are a distance away.
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