La Quinta Inn Monroe
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... amp; a video called Let's Laugh--very funny!!
We originally had thought we'd spend the night in Little Rock, but since it was only 5 PM, we decided to keep on going. It was a good idea at the time. We then thought we'd stop in Ft. Smith but there were no hotels on I-49 N so we just kept on going! We arrived in Rogers about 8:30 PM & checked into the Embassy Suites. We plan on visiting the beautiful Crystal Bridges Museum ...
... at the airport before the plane left at 3.30pm for Houston. I photographed Houston Airport from the magazine in the back pocket. It's huge. We landed at 4.15pm in Houston at Terminal B and my next plane to Washington DC was leaving from Terminal E at 5pm. I had to walk really fast, looking out for the sins, as I zig zagged through the different terminals via train, escalators and ...
... out for dinner (supper) so it was around 9 pm before we ate. No restaurants in Lina June's little town of Byers Texas, so had to drive 1/2 hour to a truck stop, just over the border in Oklahoma- so got to enter another state. Had beautiful nachos with cheese and tomatoes. When we got back to Byers, we continued talking till 1am. I videoed Linda June and Marie telling funny stories about their lives growing up. It was so much fun being ...
... for taking the time to sign the autographs and he thanked us for coming in the store. The older lady behind me asked him if he was “on the television show or something.” She was purchasing a duck call and had a question and knew nothing about the show and thought this was the checkout line. She began her conversation with him about being from Ohio and then walked away without a signature. We paid for our merchandise ...
... Mom - we were chatting about our kid's intense medical history, etc. She was encouraged to create a brochure about her son's syndrome, medical history, etc. Believe me, there are times when it's much easier to hand a brochure instead of asking the medical professional, "do you have a week....?" She carries them with her in her bag. I think it's even a good idea to have everywhere we go!