Hometown Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at the seat numbers and pointed to the window seat beside me... Now I
started to feel sorry for me!!
He got in, and there was no way he could put down the armrest that is supposed to divide the two seats. As he went soundly to sleep, I tried to fit as best I could into just over half of what my seat space should have occupied. Growing up I always wanted to be a bigger guy, but there are certainly times when it can be ...
... with our entry information - took our picture - luggage arrived - then found Kim at waiting area.
Told her Happy Birthday! She is 31 years old - on July 2nd. :-) (last year we celebrated in NY together - tonight - in Thailand)
Taxi driver was agitated - took 2 unnecessary toll roads - but finally - we made it to Kim's apartment.
Very nice - on 31st floor with awesome view of the city.
Collapsed and slept . . . :-)
A looong driving day ahead of us: from Santa Fe to Fort Smith, leaving early at 7.30am.
It's a few hours driving through North of Texas, having a fun stop at the Cadillac Ranch near Amarillo. In 1974 someone had the brilliant idea of partly burring 10 old Cadillacs (1949-63) in the middle of ...
... airports before arriving in Accra, Ghana. My connection in Atlanta was especially tight, with only about 45 minutes between scheduled landing and take-off to Amsterdam. We were nearly 20 minutes late getting off the ground, but the pilot made up most of that in the air. Good thing the airway patrol wasn’t running radar between Fort Smith and Atlanta! Also, we landed in the “C” terminal and I had to get out
to the international departures in “E” ...
... t the one flying, they wouldn't allow her to make new reservations for me. I went to the transfer hall to find what had to be close to 500 people all waiting to rebook flights. And to make matters worse, I could only see four or perhaps 5 agents up at the front trying to get us all through. Tempers were flaring and this was going to be a VERY long night! I checked with a lady helping to direct people, and she said there was one more flight to ...