The tour was very informative. Interesting history of Eureka Springs' beginnings. There's a lot of walking and standing and lots of stairs. Were able to see several places you wouldn't normally see but were always left wondering when the underground part starts. Quite a let down when you finally get to what looks like an old concrete basement with small hallway areas on each end that were once used to travel underground but are now closed off. Short movie in this basement area pretty much covered everything the tour guide already said. Tour guide steps outside of entry door to smoke a cigarette while video plays. Even with door closed, the offensive odor filled the room, leaving a few of us covering our noses. The town of Eureka Springs is a very inviting place with lots of shopping, art, history, architecture and food. I enjoyed learning of it's history but feel there should have been more on the underground part.
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