Eureka Springs Travelodge
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... br> We left Cafe Amore just in time as the rain was just beginning. Made it back to the room just a little wet and cold. We'll just have to fire up the jacuzzi and I'm sure that will warm us up. Tomorrow should be an easy day with a train ride planned in Branson, and an overnight stopover in Willow Springs, MO on our way to St Louis.
55.7 miles today
1508.8 miles total
0.0 gallons today
36.021 gallons total
... thunder could be heard in the distance. So we donned our trusty rainsuits, again. It wasn't bad though, just a few minutes of off and on sprinkles as we made our way the remaining 50 or so miles to Eureka Springs.
Eureka Springs is a very unique town. We really haven't figured it all out yet, but there are a LOT of B&B's, Lodges, Cabins, and even Treehouses, so there must be some reason why people come here. The center of ...
Jane, Joann and Joana decided to hire a car and drive to Oklahoma and Missouri, since we were so close and they had never seen those states. I opted out since I'd been there. I walked (in the rain) from our hotel along the Crystal Bridges Trail to the fabulous museum. Lots of sculptures were along the walkway. I met up with Jane and Joana at ...
We arrived in Northwest Arkansas and traveled by bus to Fayetteville. We had a lovely lunch at the Farmer's Table Cafe and then drove through the University of Arkansas campus. We saw all sorts of state-of-the-arts athletic facilities and arenas, ...
Thursday 24th May
After our long day yesterday we had a well needed sleep in. On our way out of the park we dropped by the Rangers Office for some information. Our final desitination was Eureka Springs but the Ranger suggested a stop at Lost Valley on the way for a hike. It was well worth the detour.
Eureka Springs really surprised us. On our arrival into town we missed our turn off into our campground so ...