Hampton Inn Fort Smith
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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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 ...
... feel of interstate 64 from Charlottesville to Richmond in Virginia. Rolling hills with green grasses, deciduous trees, and angus grazing in the pastures. I was grateful to have anything, other than desert, to look at. We pulled into a rest area just shy of the Arkansas line for the night. I will say, the long days of driving across the desert were not my favorite. Glad to be in the green!
... and the moving map indicated that we were no longer headed straight for Dallas. In fact, we started tracing a long "race-track" pattern just east of Springfield, MO.
Shortly the Captain came on the intercom to tell us that severe weather was moving into the Dallas area, and the control towers had asked us to go into a holding pattern even though we were still about 500 miles away from Dallas. We remained in this holding pattern ...
... in Accra anyway…
We landed in Accra smoothly, and the pilot was able to make up a little time in the air. There is only one runway at the Kotoka International Airport in Accra, and the plans all park on a very large tarmac area and staircases are wheeled up to the planes so passengers can disembark. The tower ordered our pilots to stop just as soon as we turned off the runway and shut down our engines. A tug would come ...
... we're there, but our pressing schedule meant that we couldn't do much! She was originally from California, and said it was quite a change moving from a very liberal state to to one that is as conservative as Arkansas. We wished her good luck, as she was studying to be a teacher.
Bey & Lisa: Today we drove through a town called Paris, I loved this place, hot and ...