America's Best Inn & Suites Fort Smith
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Made it to Hong Kong airport - required to go through security again - interesting - wanted my laptop AND iPod out - but could leave shoes on. :-)
Then challenge reading airline boards for gates - our flight was delayed - asked someone at desk and had to wait until it was posted on the board - gate 21 - 1 hour delayed
Airport had men's, women's restrooms, baby changing stations, wireless access and charge ...
... 8211; all of which he accomplished. Upon his death there were only 7 items he was never able to accomplish.
After his presentation he was open to some questions, and one of them was "Where do you call home?" Over 30 years later I still remember his response: “Home is where I wash my socks.” There is certainly an element of truth in that we can make our home wherever we need to be, so long as we have the most important things with ...
... the bug infested windshield while muttering to myself, and left at a reasonable 8:30am.
Drove all the way across Oklahoma, no small feat, through the busy city of Oklahoma City and landed in Fort Smith, Arkansas where we're at a marginal RV park, jammed in here with, what appears are people with no teeth, and all the women are obese. Go figure. Anyway, tomorrow will bring it's own set of adventures, maybe even getting this RV serviced.
... 40 minutes. I only had an hour and 20 minutes between flights, and I had to clear Customs and Immigration before heading to my gate. I knew this was going to be tight.
When they had us proceed, they asked us to go out past Tulsa and then come down to Dallas, hopefully behind the line of storms. There was some decent turbulence, but nothing outrageous as we made our way in. We finally touched down almost exactly an hour late. I knew I ...
... us to the designated location. (I’m assuming they didn’t want the jetwash to damage any other plane or equipment). After a bit the pilot came on the intercom to announce that the tug was so old, and the drawbar so worn that it wouldn’t attach to our plane. To make matters worse, two more planes had landed and we were blocking the only way off the single runway! Anyone else still in the air was having to circle until we ...