Courtyard by Marriott Fort Smith Downtown
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15 hour 40 min flight
Tough - but we made it!! We did try to walk some - but difficult to get up some of the time. The airline was very crowded. The noise canceling headphones were AWESOME! And - the individual screens to watch movies, listen to music, see how far we traveled, . . . was very helpful. I watched 3 movies - Selma (story of Martin Luther King and the event at Selma, AL - forcing whites to allow blacks to vote in the southern states), ...
... 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 ...
We didn’t start the boarding process on time – which was an indication of how we were going to do time-wise. They boarded families with small children, then the business class passengers and those with the high frequent flyer ratings (I haven’t flown British Airways enough to earn one of those). I knew what would happen once they called out specific rows – the rows in the back of the plane – to ...
... nowadays, this creates a major cut in profit to the movie host. With a lot of drive-in’s or small theatres across the U.S unable to afford such a massive investment they will go out of business and be shut down permanently.
With the high cost of keeping not only a theatre inside a small community alive, let alone near obsolete drive-in theatres in your community as well, it is definitely a love for their community ...
... historical hot spot for nearly 70 years. Established in 1943, their food has stood the test of millions, from the bygone days of poodle skirt flippin’ teenagers to the Howard Cunningham’s of today.
As you pull up to the carport-covered drive-in still replete with carhops oh yeah, I half expect to see Richie Cunningham and the Fonze inside. Those old Happy Days reruns, depict the good old days at Arnold’s ...