America's Best Inn & Suites Fort Smith
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Had breakfast in the hotel and when we left it seemed a lot warmer this morning. We decided to follow the guide book and go to Hot Springs but as soon as we left it absolutely poured, you could hardly see the cars in front - amazingly some didn't even have their lights on but once it stopped the ride was nice into Hot Springs. Apparently it had been a favourite resort of gangsters back in the 30s before they moved on ...
Before leaving the airport I called American Airlines to get a flight booked for the next morning, and was told that due to the extremely long wait, if I would enter my phone number they wo0uld call me back when an agent was ready. Adam had arrived, we loaded up and were almost all the way back to his house before the airline called me back. But I was able to book a seat on the 9 am flight the next morning.
Adam and Ashley ...
... Amarillo we past the world's LARGEST wind farm. This farm consisted of over 627 towering wind turbines that generate a full capacity of 781 megawatts - enough to power 230,000 homes. This was a 1 billion $ project. So much for wind power eh Tom.
Historic Route 66 highway has run side-by-side with us all the way from Nevada. This small, windy road has little to zero traffic with business after business that has shut down and ...
... when we arrived and spotted 4 bunnies by the pond, so cute. Walked past a little sign that said 'turtle crossing'.
Next morning we set off to do some shopping. KATS Taxi only cost $2-00 for both of us. Bargain.
We found a Dollar Tree shop, everything is $1-00, we ended up buying about 28 items, all good.
Fish and Chips with Hushpuppies (Corn Fritter Balls) for lunch. You get ...
... and worse, have come to expect a lot more! Zeus was happy to wait in the shade. Rock-a-billy is not really his thing. The curator of the house was quite...chatty! She explained that Elvis had endowed the land to Tupelo, and provided $100K per year for 10 years for the development and maintenance of a park. He came back 10 years later, only to find that nothing had been done except the posting of ...