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Location DB > United States > Arkansas > Hot Springs > The Majestic > What Goes Up Must Come Down

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Even as a non-local, I was shocked at how the demolition of the Majestic Hotel (what was left of it anyway) changed the landscape of the historic downtown Hot Springs area in such a fundamental way. It was such an imposing structure, and she commanded your attention from virtually every direction. This was due to geographic location, and imposing physical size despite having lost about half of itself to a previous 2014 fire. I was surprised at how sad I was to see this gaping hole where such a gem once stood.
What Goes Up Must Come Down
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I was really shocked at how different the downtown area looked without the Majestic front and center.
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There's still a TON of places to see out here, but it won't be quite the same without her...
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facing north where the corner carport used to be
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the front entrance (used to be here)
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I admit; I took a brick home!
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majestic
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lots of clues but nothing more
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I'd be lying if I didn't give the demo area a once-over in hopes of discovering a hidden passageway or something near the rubble. :)
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No idea
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