La Quinta Inn Little Rock North Landers Road
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... But along the way we stopped for lunch at a cemetery and met this old guy that was born a mile down the road, and lived there all his life, been on one vacation in his entire life. Could hardly understand this guy, but he was pleasant good ol' boy.
We're going to stay here for a couple of days to gather ourselves - do laundry, watch the Hawks, BBQ some ribs, drink a little, then head toward Tennessee. ...
... 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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... how economical the truck is while towing, but have all the data to determine it.
The tractor-trailer traffic all the way from Nashville to Little Rock, Arkansas, was as crowded as I have ever seen it, and moved at a pretty constant 70 mpg. As we crossed the Mississippi River at Memphis, Cynthia commented that she was disappointed because if did not appear to be any "Mightier" to her than the Catawba River back home.
... 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 motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking