Red Roof Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... springs. In certainly isn't a "nature" NP, as it is mostly centered in and around the town of Hot Springs. BTW - the sign said this was Bill Clinton's boyhood town. Not sure what tomorrow holds, all I know for sure is that Barbara will join me on Thursday in Nashville. I'm very much looking forward to having a partner onboard for the next few weeks. Trip Totals National Parks: 12 Miles Driven: 3560 States Entered: ...
... final destination for the evening. We reached Pine Bluff early in the evening so we decided to continue down the road to Little Rock. We made it to Little Rock and found accommodations for the night at the Best Western Premeir Governor Suites. We were pleasantly surprised with our accommodations for the evening. In sticking with tradition we got ready for a nice dinner to celebrate our last night of vacation. We went ...
... Subway it was. Then we headed back to camp. We sat in the car to update our travel journal & blog, when we were attacked by a cicada that was flapping all around the car. We tried serval times to get the little booger out with no luck. So we (Shane) set to the task of getting a camp fire going. It never really took off, but it was adequate enough to roast a couple marshmallows which was really all we were after. We doused the fire and called it a ...
... there. We arrived around 11am and stopped for a few minutes to have a look around. While Dean was taking photos he noticed a lorry being emptied of its load. Nothing unusual there, except that it was on a lift that tilted the whole lorry. No need for dumper trucks ...
... the Mississippi River after going through small towns that looked as if the people had just "Up and left". Literally just inside Arkansas (we know this is where we were because we had stopped for Tina's traditional state sign pictures) so we were right into Arkansas, we spotted at least 40 deer grazing in a field and the corn patch next to it. The deer stuck their heads out from between all the rows and stared at us. (I cannot fault the deer for that we do tend to ...