Super 8 Siloam Springs
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... fee - nice! We all enjoyed viewing the paintings, sculptures, models of buildings, and other art inside. Then we ventured outside in the drizzle where there was a trail with sculptures along the way, plus some "blank" places where we could "be" the art ourselves!! Of course many funny photos were taken!
Then we drove into the town of Bentonville, where the original Walton's 5 and 10 is (precursor to Walmart), plus a ...
Up very early for flight from Jackson to DFW then home. Girls are getting dropped off in St Louis at their Dad's then Charley is home to Dublin. Hopefully their travel will be ok. Delta is trying to make it diff. Some tears shed and the Memo wave at the airport. Great vacation and perfect family to travel with. I am a very blessed man. We made it home safe. Quite the adventure and a wonderful trip. Glad to be ...
Hey all of Ali's amazing readers - stand in writer and fellow rider Annie Miller on behalf of the amazing Ali Coad. I thought it was a fantastic idea to continue the idea of a guest blogger, so will do my best attempt to update you all on the fabulous life of Ali Coad. I must say it is a bit daunting trying to depict our day as eloquently as Ali would as she is definitely "one with words" so please read on knowing I am not ...
I think it's safe to say that today was much needed for the whole gang. We were all pretty beat from the past two days of heavy riding, so a 72-mile day wasn't the first thing we all may have wanted to do this morning. I started the day with Mitch, Annie, and Ali. After about 10 miles though, I decided it was time for a little much needed "me" time. I spent the next 30 miles into lunch ...
... I love the climb. I think I love it more than the flat roads. After that initial 7 miles, it was mostly rollers (rolling hills where you mostly coast and do a little climbing) and flats. It turned into a brutal, hot afternoon. My tan line, by the way, is horrible; I look absolutely ridiculous. Rode all afternoon by myself. At lunch Alicia and I talked with Annie, and inspired her to ride alone. I stopped at a gas station around mile 60 and Annie and Sam are ...