Holiday Inn Fort Smith-City Center
Travel Blogs from Fort Smith
Today was a very long day of driving but we feel accomplished. 682 miles (all Teddy)....our biggest travel day so far. We drove thru New Mexico which was not that scenic to Texas which was even less so. Pretty flat and boring. But we stopped at a great "touristy" restaurant called The ...
We stopped for the night after 10 hours on the road. The girls have been great so far. We had some BBQ in Little Rock and strolled around the local mall for a couple hours. Ran into some storms and construction or the last 2 hours, but made it safely. We swam and went bowling in Fort Smith. A good Day ...
... bought their first house, and they seemed excited to show me around. Nice quiet neighborhood, and a house with a lot of potential. It certainly seems that they made a good choice! Ashley prepared a wonderful casserole, and then with a little more talking I faded to the point where I had to go to bed or fall over on the spot.
This morning Adam and I left about 6:45 am and he dropped me off at the American Airlines terminal. Inside it ...
... disrepair. The number of pictures for today are pretty limited, mainly because the PANHANDLE of Texas is as flat as a pool table and there was little if anything of any interest, particularly from the jump seat of a 65 mph UHaul truck.
We finally had our first Cracker Barrel fix for the trip - Bob ordered the Chicken Fried Steak and Deb went with the usual - Grilled Cheese and potato casserole. What a deal CB - we've missed ...
... whether you want them or not. Huge feed, as most are over here. Visited Walmart for a few more items, got a 20 packet box of Microwave Popcorn for $2.18 can't beat that. Home to a lovely stew in the Crock Pot for dinner. Still don't have a TV working yet, but it hasn't hurt us. Rather good.
Lots and lots of churches over here. They are everywhere!
Next stop will be Oklahama City.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility