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Today we went to Fort Smith National Park. It was cool because it was used in the Civil War by the Confederate Army, but it was taken over by the Union without General Ulysses's approval. It helped secure the win of Vicksburg.
... out the five or so hours until our next flight. I don't have enough frequent flyer miles with British Airways to get in, but was able to go on in with the Walker's at their request. I appreciated that very much!!
The flight from London to Dallas is about 9 1/2 hours, and by this time I was so tired I slept a good bit if the way - in fact, had trouble keeping my eyes open! Sleeping too much during what amounts to the daytime can ...
... in the boarding area.
By the time people had stopped boarding, we were about 10 minutes past our scheduled take-off time – not too bad considering! But nothing happened. About 10 minutes later the pilot came on the intercom to say that a number of passengers had checked in, but not shown up at the gate. We cannot fly off with checked bags for people who didn’t show for security reasons, so either they had to find ...
... smoke before bed, and mom and pop restaurants to eat at. If you're going to just stop at one route 66 town in new mexico......make it this one.
We first pulled in at the visitor's center which has a huge sculpture in front of it. We parked the rig by it and took a pic....before heading into town. Our next stop for photos was an abandoned drive in, and then we parked on a side street downtown. From there we walked to ...
... miles in 12 days, from Lake Fort Smith State Park to Tyler Bend Recreation Area on the Buffalo National River. This year of backpacking is off to a good start. We set out April 7th for the Pacific Crest Trail. The PCT runs 2600 miles from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon and Washington. Stay ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility