Hampton Inn West Monroe
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We loved the hotel staff and they fell in love with Kallen!
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Today was our last full day in Monroe. The staff here at the Hampton Inn has fallen in love with Kallen. We've had the chance to talk to another WISH family. Their son had a heart transplant a year ago. He was in rejection 3 weeks ago but is now stable and was able to make the trip. You'd never know!
We enjoyed breakfast here and then …
... 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 ...
In just under an hour we were welcomed into Louisiana, "Beinvenue." Arkansas was now “Arkanseen” and nothing excited me more than what awaited us at our next stop. This was my initial venture to Louisiana and was thrilled to experience what this state offered in terms of scenery and history. Coming into one of the first towns my map advised me to take a right onto a very sketchy side road on the other side of some broken ...
... to pray for him!
At the end of our day, the Robertson family brought us all together to pray! They prayed for each child (naming them individually) and their families, recognizing what these kids have been through and what the families have endured traveling their kid's journey's with them. The kids have made amazing friends with the Robertson family!
We were tired on the bus ride back to the hotel. It was an exciting and ...