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Great little Rock Cottage. Loved the privacy, the little outside sitting area, and the jacuzzi tub
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Today was another tourist day, so it gave us a chance to sleep in - a little. We've been dodging the rain since we left, and I guess I can't really complain, as we are in the path of some of the worst storms passing through Texas and into the middle of the country. As we keep moving north and west, we should be passing outside of the path of …
Today was a great motorcycle riding and scenery day. The first part of the trip was 160 miles of some of the greatest motorcycle riding so far. Scenic Route 7 is exactly what its name implies. Up and down the Ozark mountains, with twists and turns, a 7% downhill grade and hairpin turns as slow as 15 mph. Topped off with some breathtaking scenic …
... common artistic feature. Thoughtful commentaries on selected pieces are available via an iPad loaded with photos, audio, and suggested tours. My biggest disappointment was that I missed the Andy Warhol exhibit by two days. I highly recommend this museum to anyone passing through NW Arkansas. My third stop was at the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History in Springdale. This is a regional museum and I was ...
... 160; I went through the Walmart Museum on the city square and they provided a timeline for the company and details on "Sam Walton’s Rules for Building a Business". As an aside, two women that I met in Eureka Springs told me how proud they were to work at the largest Walmart in the country – in Bentonville, of course. Drove down Central Avenue with beautiful, well-cared for, large homes. Next stop was The Museum of Native American History – ...
... has won multiple architectural awards and is constructed of wood and 425 windows, over 6,000 square feet of glass. See photos at: http://www.thorncrown.com/photoga llery.html Further down Highway 62 and then several miles north lies the Blue Spring Heritage Center. The drive into the center was gorgeous as the road goes from the mountains quickly down into the ...