Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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... to Big Bend NP. It was approximately 400 "extra" miles, but at this point that did t seem like a big deal After about 2 hour of small, narrow road driving, mostly behind oil carrying big rigs, I decided I've had enough of the desert and it was time to head east. I changed direction and headed toward Arkansas. After a night in Eastland Texas, I sped a good portion of the day finishing my drive to Hot Springs NP. ...
... explains why biker noise I broke the peace last night until the wee hours of the morning. I was just happy not to fight the traffic again.
My day was given to hiking the perimeter of Hot Springs National Park, a loop I thought was a little more than 10 miles but turned out to be more like 14. Perhaps the best part was listening to the ...
... walk). For dinner: ribs, chopped pork, beans and slaw at McClard's Bar-B-Q, established in 1928 under the watchful eye of President Clinton and Keith Ric***********g others). The ribs were really, really good; the chopped pork just ok. Now we hope for a decent night's rest with the rumble of unmuffled engines cruising the highway beyond our motel. Tomorrow brings a short pause in our travels and a second day in Hot ...
... Rob felt like he was holding on to a bronco. Luckily we did not have far to go. Arrived in Hot Springs Arkansas 5:00. Beautiful RVPark. Would love to return. Might not have time to go into town as we have no extra time ( misjudged the number of miles to Nashville). Maybe Rachael won't mind if we arrive later tomorrow. I really wanted to see this place. Wish me ...
... yard full of rusting car parts, discarded wash machines, and bed springs strewn around. One trailer we passed that was almost out of a movie lot had an unshaven guy lounging on the wooden entry steps, stripped to the waist, beer in hand, gut hanging out. Everything screamed poverty - no money, no energy, no hope. Most of those with get up and go have left rural America leaving the elderly, infirm, and physically or intellectually challenged behind. It is a sad ...