Okay guys, this is my final installment of my vacation pictures from my Hot Springs trip in December. The next post will be me sharing all of the awesome stuff I got from the antique shops.
I can't wait to show you all the treasures I found!
|It's hard to get my friends to snap pictures of me.|
I can't sit/stand still. I'm constantly moving
so most of my shots turn out blurry, but I
kinda like them.
|There's a cupcake shop there called |
"Fat Bottomed Girls Cupcake Shoppe".
We got the strawberry cheesecake and red velvet
ones to share and they were amazing!
|This was a pretty little area in Downtown. |
I thought it would be nice for a wedding if it wasn't
open to the street. Dustin is also photo bombing
the picture in the background. He had to go
check out that fountain.
|Example of blurry shot.|
It's trippy and I like it.
I'm like a shooting star.
|Driving back from the rock shop that was closed every |
day we were there(I was so bummed out).
I loved the scenery more than anything.
|Another artsy shot called|
"Arielle thought she heard something
scary in the bushes".
|Here is one of the many hot springs set up|
throughout the town. Sometimes people have their
feet soaking in them. They have a whole row
of "bath houses" which is like spa treatments
using the hot springs. I know everyone wanted
more pictures of the actual hot springs but
I didn't get many. In this post from last
year, you can see a natural one.
|Is this not the prettiest place to park?|
The following pics are from "The Gangster Museum of America".
This place was awesome and I knew I had to
go back this year. You got to watch videos with
interviews from people who worked with and knew
all the big gangsters from the 20s-40s like
Al Capone for example. You learned about the
bootlegging and illegal gambling that was going on and
how there was a secret tunnel underground where we were
that led across the street to the Arlington Hotel where
all the gangsters stayed. You can even request
Al Capone's suite for a high price, I'm sure.
They even found remains of a bowling alley underground.
You got to see antique slot machines and learn
about the local brothels. It was very interesting
and I highly recommend it if you ever go.
P.S. As always, click on images to make larger!