Red Roof Inn North Little Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Outside there are huge barns with all the gold records and clothes, all a bit strange but I wouldn't have missed it. We thought we would stay the night in Memphis but it really didn't look too good so we carried on to Little Rock, Arkansas and the La Quinta hotel. It was quite late and all that was around the hotel was fast food but it was too cold to walk far so we settled for a sandwich at Jimmy Johns across the road then back to room to watch a little TV, driving is tiring when you're ...
Cumulative Miles Driven: 1337
The drive from Pensacola, Florida to Little Rock in Arkansas was around 520 miles by the time we had had a few diversions off the booked route as we passed through the states of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. We set off at around 0630 after an early breakfast and arrived twelve hours later after stops in Mobile, Alabama for morning coffee and Jackson, Mississippi for lunch. It was a fairly long drive and fortunately one ...
My coping mechanism for dealing with the hour long traffic crawl through Dallas was looking into the faces of my fellow motorists to see who was cussing the most. I called Kyle to complain, but he is retired too, and quickly explained that he would never venture out into that traffic.
The 321 mile trip to Little Rock took just under 5 hours. Interstate 30 took me through some rural country that was populated with a lot of future steaks and ...
... a bit monotonous as TN is a very wide state, finally into AR where the scenery begins to change, things get a bit more arid, sandy, less green. Arrived at our friend Andy's house early evening. Andy is a long time friend of mine and Kristina's who moved from NC a couple years ago. Was nice to visit, catch up and share some beers and some ...
... a river which was used in the opening scene of gone with the wind. Love these quirky, random stops off. Once we hit camp we had free time to do as we pleased I just just chilled out. Think everyone was on a downer from Memphis. Apparently were we are camping they are prone to bears and tarantulas this should prove to be an interesting nights sleep ...