Holiday Inn Shreveport -I-20-Downtown
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We left Hot Springs pretty late in the day and drove on to Shreveport, LA, which is sort of the Vegas of the south. We were too tired to visit any of the casinos and Shayna was starting to feel pretty sick so we just found the first cheap hotel we passed. Luckily, they had only one room left and it was a double, non-smoking room - exactly the type …
... in the Old City of Istanbul, centrally located to all the historic sites. We are also hoping to do a side trip to the Holy Land, which will be the "Pray" portion of my trip. At the beginning of February, I am off to Rome, Italy, for 3 days solo. Obviously, this will be the "Eat" portion of my trip, but hopefully I will counter-balance it with a lot of walking, winter weather permitting. So, that's my plan: Love. Pray. Eat. Stay tuned for updates and photos during my ...
... went straight West -- almost 500 miles along US 80, then I-20. Once the Alabama pine forests were over, I noticed large square ponds in the fields -- not the kind used for livestock watering -- and it didn't look like rice, or shrimp farming (?). After many miles of these ponds we came upon a large factory with silos and a big sign -- Catfish Food. Farm-raised catfish figures on most southern menus -- now I know where it comes from.
... our “staff”- they had eaten, too. We were exhausted! We sat down with the guys who had helped and talked with them for a while. They were deeply appreciative of what we had done and thanked us profusely. There had been some tears- for families not together for the holiday. Several of the kids had hung around, trying to feel connected, I guess. I saw Cody huddled with more than one, talking and giving a hug. What a kid! I was so proud of him. ...
... was a tear in his eye as the song finished. “That’s kinda sad,” Cody said, “But it’s kinda nice too.”
That song always got me and I wiped my own tear away as I mumbled an affirmative. We continued listening and I joined in from time to time. “You’ve got a nice voice,” Cody said.
“Thanks,” I said. I liked singing but never did much in public.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility