Courtyard By Marriott Monroe Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 3 PM so we only had a couple hours to run through the contemporary building. The museum also had a temporary exhibit of dinosaurs. That was a little odd but fun to see. Anyway, the library is modeled after the famous Dublin library's long halls except these halls are bathed in light from the glass walls of the building. We particularly enjoyed seeing the full-sized replica of the Oval Office set up exactly as it had been during ...
... at the airport before the plane left at 3.30pm for Houston. I photographed Houston Airport from the magazine in the back pocket. It's huge. We landed at 4.15pm in Houston at Terminal B and my next plane to Washington DC was leaving from Terminal E at 5pm. I had to walk really fast, looking out for the sins, as I zig zagged through the different terminals via train, escalators and ...
... windows rolled down since it was 90 degrees F had a number of stops for fuel and cold drinks and to stretch our legs. We actually travelled to PARIS - Texas that is. Just a small place. Passed near Le Tournea University. My father used to work for an American company in Sydney called Le Tournea . Later this company amalgamated with another and became Le Tournea-Westinghouse. ! Left at 10.30am and arrived 8pm. We had promised to take ...
... and get inside if we wanted to see Godwin. The place wasn’t too busy and I figured it had to do with being early noon on a Monday. We went through the store entrance and were greeted by a tall white haired gentlemen working as security. He said hello and offered no rules as we walked past him with our cameras. The store had all of the Duck Commander gear from BBQ sauce to cookbooks, clothing, duck calls, water bottles, and stickers. ...
... Mom - we were chatting about our kid's intense medical history, etc. She was encouraged to create a brochure about her son's syndrome, medical history, etc. Believe me, there are times when it's much easier to hand a brochure instead of asking the medical professional, "do you have a week....?" She carries them with her in her bag. I think it's even a good idea to have everywhere we go!