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    Quote Originally Posted by therighttime View Post
    Any hotel that you would recommend in the area? .
    We've stayed at this place two times and like it. It's on Hwy. 7 south of Jasper.



    The Ozark Cafe in Jasper is a good place to eat.


    As mentioned above, the Oark Cafe is another good place to eat.
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    The Hotel Seville in Harrison Ark. has been restored and looks like an interesting place to stay.

    http://www.hotelseville.com/



    Last year we stopped and looked at several rooms and they looked nice. We hear the restaurant is good and the Hotel has inside parking for your bikes.
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    Smile A little bit of help

    Leaving in six weeks from Lake Havasu, AZ to Hot Springs, AR and am having a difficult time with the maps to stay off the interstates as much as possible without adding a lot of time to the ride.
    Any suggestions?
    As an aside, my brother just bought a new Harley Road King w/everything on it except a toilet. I joined him for his first long ride and we came across a dusty old cafe which had a parking lot full of Harleys, only to discover that it was a meet for "Motorcyclists for Christ" club. When I noted that we were welcome to ride our bikes through a canopy and have them blessed, I suggested to him that he might tip the minister and come out the other side on a BMW. At the age of 67 he still knows what his middle finger is for.

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