|Crescent Hotel from the back, and down the hill.|
|From the front - well, it used to be the back, but now that we all have cars...|
|I can has Victorian mansion?|
|See those stairs in the back? We went up those next.|
The town is also full of neat stone walls - structural, not just decorative. This one used to shore up the hill for a house that has been torn down. You could still see part of the basement.
Of course, some of the walls were used for decorative purposes too. Careful Humpty! It is a hard landing.
A lot of the buildings had old advertisements painted on them. You can tell that the Coca-Cola sign wasn't the first to be painted on this wall.
Eureka Springs is home to one of only four surviving Carnegie libraries in Arkansas (the one in Little Rock was torn down in the 1960s. Tsk.) We peeked in the window, but they were already closed for the holidays. Ah well.
Tomorrow: Our visit to the countryside.