Super 7 Inn
Travel Blogs from Little Rock
... This is hard to believe but there you have it.
We hiked a mile down to the natural bridge (pic included), but doesn't do it justice. This was in the Ozark Mountains that are, to say the least, unbelievable. There's frequent signs that say "Crooked and Steep....xxxmiles" They weren't kidding....crookeder than Elliot Ness. Winding, hairpin turns, steep drops, then climb up the mountain again. Wore ...
... built just a couple years ago using the same processes.
We then headed generally westbound down the highways of Mississippi, Tennessee, and Arkansas to this place in North Little Rock. We passed through some rundown areas of Memphis without pausing. Given the ridiculous road construction delays later on Interstate 40, it was good that we did not dawdle along the way.
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... plied the river, there was a tavern that sat on the ground where the park is now, and that women traveling up the river would observe the male patrons of the tavern sitting out front sipping spirits from jugs, and claim that the drunks at the tavern drank until they swelled up like toads. Sounds plausible to me.
The park is actually very spacious, with many large trees shading the lawns. We would like to come back sometime.
... me most walking through the exhibits was how much actually got done during Clinton's presidency, even with a Republican Congress. Both sides worked together to shape policies. What has happened to our political system? Politics aside we all agreed the most interesting fact was that someone gave Thomas Jefferson as a gift a 1,235 pound block of cheese inscribed with "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God"; those whacky early Americans.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking