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** ARKANSAS **

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    MzWams
    07 Dec 2021
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    Hot Springs Arkansas. If you haven’t had a massage experience like the ones in Hot Springs, you are missing out. It was truly an experience. I visited pre-Covid so I’m not sure what it is like now. We used my sister’s time share and got a place up in the mountains. While there we went up to Mountain Tower. But the highlight of the trip was the massage which included about different steps: a bath, hot sauna, shower with about 7 different shower heads, the actual full body massage. It was amazing. So relaxing. We could barely move afterwards.

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    Nparker21
    29 Oct 2020
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    The Garvan Woodland Gardens boast an impressive assortment of natural and man-made attractions. Surprisingly, flowers are not the garden’s main draw. The Anthony Chapel Complex in particular appeals to architecture enthusiasts with its latticework of wood and glass. The Joy Manning Scott Bridge of the Full Moon, one of the most photographed features within the gardens, is equally admired for its nod to the ancient stone bridges of western China. Meanwhile, green thumbs appreciate the attraction’s natural areas, including the bonsai garden and woodland walk, which covers just a fraction of the Garvan Woodland Gardens’ diverse green spaces.
    Visiting during is amazing. The entire garden is covered with stunning annual Christmas lights display. The spring season is nice, filled with the garden’s array of flowers begin to bloom, provides an excellent alternative if you don’t visit during the holidays. Regardless of when you visit, be sure to stop by the spectacular Anthony Chapel, which serves as the garden’s primary attraction.

    Admission to the Garvan Woodland Gardens costs $15 for adults and $5 for children age 4 to 12, while children 3 and younger can enter for free. Golf cart rentals are available for $15, and the gardens welcome dogs for an additional $5 fee. Parking at the Garvan Woodland Gardens is also free, which is particularly helpful as the only way to reach the gardens is by driving about 8 miles south from downtown Hot Springs. The gardens open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the Chipmunk Café serves visitors daily from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information about the Garvan Woodland Gardens, check out its website https://www.garvangardens.org/

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