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Being one of the most populated cities in Arkansas with a population of over 60,000, Conway is a great place to live despite the fight for resources. When camping near Conway, I wanted to move into this place after having visited some ex-colleagues. Since I'm a writer and my job provides a flexible opportunity from time to time, so moving from one place to another wasn't hard for me. When I started my life in Conway, I was skeptical in staying here for the long term. It has been 5 years now and I don't have any plans to move anywhere else. Conway has some best restaurants that attract diners from all over the United States. When staying at a motel, rooms can be costly. Every night after dinner, my friend and I take a walk around downtown to get some fresh air and get in touch with the happenings around the city. Conway has a great nightlife, and for single people like me, this is the best place to have some adventures. Conway is family-oriented city as well. As you can see, many families have moved in the recent years due to various schools that have great ratings and reputation. The district has a total of 16 schools out of which one is high-school, four are middle schools and nine of them are elementary schools. Access to public transportation is easy given the number of people depending on it for their daily commute. Prices are reasonable for both for buses and light rails. There are some attractions that are worth visiting but they can get rush during weekends. However, ticket prices are cheap if you are going during weekdays. Overall, Conway is a great place for tourists and residents alike.
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AreaVibes ContributorPosted on Mar 10, 2015
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