Red Roof Inn North Little Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Fish. Dad could have his catfish and I got shrimp. We are too predictable! The food was great! We were amazed at how busy the restaurant was on a Tuesday night. We definitely picked a popular place. After dinner we went to the. Riverfront Park and walked the Junction Bridge which is a pedestrian bridge joining South Little Rock with North Little Rock. We had to take an elevator to the top of the bridge. The view ...
Spent the day in Little Rock, Arkansas.
We rode our bikes as far around the Arkansas River Trail as far as we could, which turned out not to be very far. The temperature was around 92 and at least 300% humidity (: We did fine on the part that was down by the water but then it moved inward to the city proper and the added radiant heat from the concrete did us in. Oh boy, what are we in for once we get out west ...
... match went to penalty kicks. Brazil won the match on a 3 to 2 on the PK. I have never been much of a futbol fan, but I am getting in to the World Cup. Remember to root for the USA on Tuesday.
After getting everything settled for the night, we are off to the Texas Roadhouse for dinner. Looking forward to an ice cold martini and a good steak and salad for dinner.
Life is good.
... 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 ...