Hometown Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it all looks Art Deco but I'm not sure it can be that old. Maybe tomorrow we will get to see the old part of town that the book talks about. Had dinner in the hotel as it's still so cold outside and watched a bit of the superbowl while we ate our pork with potatoes & beans (a $6.95 Super Bowl special). An old couple there were from Seattle but unfortunately for them the New England Patriots beat their Seattle ...
... 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!
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 ...
... of the luggage and were just searching for one or two more items. But in the time we’d been sitting there we had now lost the tug and driver that is required to push the plane back away from the gate. We would have to wait until there was another available. But we should be on our way in a few minutes.
After 20 more minutes he said we had a tug now, but didn’t have clearance from the tower yet to get a place in line ...
... fly into and out of this new terminal. It is nice and made for a good transit through New York this time.
The ten hour flight from New York to Accra is long no matter how you slice it. But much of it was at night, and I was able to sleep about as well as I ever have on a plane, so landed tired, but not completely worn out.
My driver, Edward Sackey, is a man I've used numerous times. He ...