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617 South Broadway, Little Rock, United States
3 Statehouse Plaza, Little Rock, United States
424 West Markham, Little Rock, United States
201 South Shackelford Road, Little Rock, United States
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... can breakfast from various vendors. I grab some eggs with toast and an iced coffee. It's a shame that I didn't spend longer in Little Rock, I really enjoyed Amber's company. She is very laid back, lots of fun to be around and I enjoyed chatting to her ...
... on heading out again on a similar journey at some point, but I don't know when. I wish I could have traveled more, especially in the western United States, but it was either come home and get a job or work on the road, so I chose home and job. I know some ...
I was shown to a great and rocking time while in unlikely Little Rock, Arkansas. My friend and Little Rock host was Ron King, a cool guy about fifty. He had a clean, white beard and short, white hair and a friendly, intelligent, and well-mannered ...
... need some nicer clothes for work, for example), but I won't be taking any more than this when traveling around. I have a little less than a month before heading to Chicago, and a little more than a month before heading to Bangkok, and between now and ...
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River Market District, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Former President Bill Clinton's presidential library opened in November, 2004.
11525 Cantrell Road #910, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
2125 W. 14th St., Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Across the street from Central High and dedicated to understanding the fight for desegregation in Arkansas, the museum focuses on the 1957 battle in which the "Little Rock nine" faced angry mobs trying to prevent them from becoming Central's first black students.
200 E. Third Street, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States
Recalling Arkansas' frontier days with restored pre-Civil War houses plus a museum center featuring full-scale galleries, interactive exhibits and more.