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A Quick Day in Hot Springs, AR

In July of 2016, the family took a quick day trip through Hot Springs National Park in Arkansas. We spent the majority of the day walking down bath house row and popping in to see interiors when possible. Click on the thumbnails below for a larger view.

Hot Springs, AR

Bath House Row on Central Avenue

 

 

More sites in Hot Springs National Park

 

Housed in an old drive through mortuary, theMaxwell Blade’s Odditorium is a collection of the strange, spooky, and grotesque. From dinosaur eggs to a collection of stuffed albino animals, this place was straight up weird, but it was an escape from the summer sun and a fun attraction for the four year old.

 

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Taylor Lasseigne – Slices of America Webmaster / I was born and raised in the south Louisiana coastal parish of Lafourche. There, I was exposed to the good Cajun people, a bounty of amazing foods, an easygoing way of life, and a lush “sportsman’s paradise” where I first learned to appreciate nature. From a young age, I always showed interest in music. In my college years, after percolating through several state schools, I took a position as a high school music teacher in New Orleans. While music education is my calling, photography has always been a fun escape for me. I enjoy peering through a lens to document our world, and I hope that I can continue to share this pastime with others through Slices of America. / e-mail: taylor at slicesofamerica.com