Fayetteville is an amazing place to visit if you are thinking of hiring an Arkansas charter bus for a weekend holiday away from all the humdrum that daily life offers. Fayetteville is located on Ozark Mountains where the city enjoys four very distinct seasons.
In our first stop, we took the charter bus to Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park where more than 18,000 Union and Confederate solders fought in 1862.
The favorite part of any of my adventures is always the ‘dining’ part of the trip. Our charter bus driver, Andy suggested Cable Car Pizza. Just talking about it makes my mouth water and my mind is filled with images of their Pizza Bianca! Cable Car Pizza serves San Francisco style gourmet that was great!
Among us, there was a football fanatic and the moment we confirmed the rental of the charter bus, Daniel (the fanatic) announced, “We’re going to Jerry Jones”. Jerry Jones – Jim Lindsey Hall of Champions is a museum that commemorates the history of Arkansas’ football team, The Razorbacks.
And we stayed in the most amazing place known in Arkansas called Deepwood House….which is precisely what it is. Deepwood House is made of natural products and it sort of blends in with the surroundings…which is maple forest. After all that riding around in a charter bus and visit of places, it felt good to come back to nature.