La Quinta Inn & Suites Fort Smith
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... documentary about how our accounts are constantly monitored - TONS of data accessed after 9-11 - the Homeland Security Act - that is actually taking away our freedom - interesting - something to consider - makes me appreciate the importance of face-to-face communication. I realized I've actually had this feeling within our own school system - as if my emails, etc. may be "watched" - hmmm?
I also watched Cinderella - I love fairytales that end ...
... 8230; J.
My flights and connections all went smoothly, and my final flight landed in Fort Smith just a few minutes ahead of schedule. There is nothing like walking down toward baggage claim and see your wife and son with broad smiles and open arms waiting for you! As much as I love the brethren in Ghana, and enjoy being able to serve there, as Dorothy said in the Wizard of Oz “There’s no place like home. There’s no place like ...
... 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 ...
... reclined a bit, and it can be difficult to get your tray with the meal on the little table if the seat in front is reclined and yours is not. (There’s a reason I lovingly refer to my usual seating as "baggage class").
Just as I was getting comfortable the fellow behind me asked me to raise up my seat because it was in his way. I did. They he called over a flight attendant to ask me to do that. She asked and I showed her it ...
... and a careful driver (not always the norm in Ghana...). As usual, he was at the airport waiting for me, and we headed down the coast to Elmina.
I wondered why we were able to get through Accra so quickly, and Mr. Sackey explained that today is a national holiday in honor of a Muslim holiday, Eid al-Fidr, marking the end of the month of Ramadan. Ghana is 15 - 20% Muslim, but most of the Muslim ...