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Travel Blogs from Monticello
... Mississippi River at Memphis. A big shout out of thanks to the two ladies at the welcome center in Arkansas. They told us about construction on I-40 and gave us an alternate route to Little Rock. Saved us having another hour wasted sitting in construction traffic.
As we approached Little Rock we drove through a thunder storm with the rain so heavy that visibility was reduced to about ...
... It was near noon, closing time, and there wasn’t a crowd; a lady who was upset over some troubles chit-chatted with a worker and another family was leaving as we came in the door. Eventually one more family entered as we were finishing our breakfast and they were as wound up as I was to be there. Upon departing I took a few shots of the shop to show my family. They say cameras add ten pounds but I also think they add ten feet as ...
... 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 ...
... trip advisor but when we went to the address the restaurant was no longer. We spotted a little place called Grandma Dees. Their sign said they closed at 3:30 and it was just after 2:00 so we thought we should be good. Once we walked in though and told the waitress we were looking to get some lunch the waitress shook her head, then she asked the cook, and we were were told no, so we said thanks anyways and got ready to go on our way and then they ...
... Banjo Pizza'. We didn't ask about the name but were curious. Okay pizza but the place was full of little league baseball teams. Great, I said. We were happy to find it - kids and all - as the options were very limited. We saw a sign advertising a bbq place that we thought we'd try, but as follows our road-trip-bbq-karma, the place was closed. Abandoned, really. But not burned down as had been our experience.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking