Arkansas Dos and Don'ts

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Fayetteville, Arkansas, United States
Oh, Fayetteville. I've lived here for about 9 years and my family still lives in the area. I've seen lots of things come and go, but more recently things have just been coming and coming. It's grown probably three fold since I've lived there. With the Walmart Home Offices in nearby Bentonville, the Tyson Home Offices in neighborly Springdale, the whole northwest corner of Arkansas has been rapidly booming for some time. The last time I visited, most noteworthy places to eat were the Greenhouse Grill (all organic foods prepared in exquisite fashion) and the Marketplace (All around menu - chicken, steak, salads, pasta, and desserts that are out of this world). There are shopping centers galore and the people generally have that southern hospitality and charm.
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Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States
Stop by the Electric Moo or the Electric Cowboy! Great fun.
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Waldron, Arkansas, United States
Waldron doesn't really have much there. I suggest the smallest Wal-Mart known to man. Stop on in, Its on 71 south from Fort Smith.
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Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United States
The Local Flavour
Very good food....try the salmon and the cream brule'.
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Gurdon, Arkansas, United States
The only reason to go to Gurdon is to see the Gurdon Light! Make sure you get a local to guide you as you search for this nationally known mystery!
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