Courtyard By Marriott Little Rock Downtown
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80 degrees and rain driving
90 degrees and sunny LR
4 hours 52 minutes
Today was more of a travel day. We got a really late start and actually had breakfast around 11. It was a rainy day in Oklahoma. We drove most of the day in the rain. It was pretty dreary but thats ok. We have had so many perfect days. Strangely, when we were heading into Little Rock, ...
... better. I had an awesome vegetarian sandwich and vegetable stew. Look closely at the picture of Jim's lunch and you will see our dinner hosts..... Oh, yes. Happy Canada Day today to our Canadian friends.
We took a walk along the River Market which hosts many restaurants and shops in this state capital. Of course, there was a stop at Kilwin's for a dish ...
That's Italian for - we are going to Tuscany. This will be our third trip to Tuscany and our 7th to Italy. We decided that we weren't getter any younger or riding any faster. (Actually, Karen never ages and she is riding faster than ever so that last statement only applies ...
We made it! To our first plane. It's 7:39 a.m. and everyone is resting comfortably (and quietly, for now) on our first flight from Little Rock to Atlanta. It's one hour and four minutes until we arrive at the place where we will spend our whole day - the Atlanta airport. This morning we got to LIT around 5 a.m. and waited forever in line to check our bags before getting to security. There weren't any problems, thankfully. Except we did realize in the TSA line that ...
... presidencies like Woodrow Wilson? My sister and I were particularly struck that the director of the Dealey Plaza site said they had had trouble engaging Texans in renovations. "It was easy to understand, "my sister said in my ear, "they resent being the site of the assassination. They had suffered economically after the Kennedy assassination; why would they want to maintain it (like a site) now?" It occurred to me that they needed to outreach ...