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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Had breakfast in the hotel and when we left it seemed a lot warmer this morning. We decided to follow the guide book and go to Hot Springs but as soon as we left it absolutely poured, you could hardly see the cars in front - amazingly some didn't even have their lights on but once it stopped the ride was nice into Hot Springs. Apparently it had been a favourite resort of gangsters back in the 30s before they moved on ...
Sunday, August 17, 2014. Truck. 71,318. Trip. 11,309
I talked Bud into taking the scenic, but slower, historic Route 66 from Edgewood, New Mexico to Santa Rosa. Everything, shops, service stations, motels, had long ago gone out of business. Buildings were boarded up and the neon signs were fading. Gas prices at one of the defunct gas stations listed gas at 95 cents a gallon so it ...
As I 've mentioned before, boarding a flights from Ghana is often done in mass - when the boarding calls begin, it doesn't matter your seat row, flight status or anything else, the crowd just surges forward. Unfortunately, even if you have a seat, should you be at the rear of the pack it is likely there will be no more room in the overhead lockers for your carry-on luggage. So I always try to position myself toward the front of the departure ...
... off. That is all apparently scheduled pretty tightly in an airport this large and busy, and if you miss your take-off time it’s like missing an appointment with the dentist – it might be awhile before you can get in again. But he expected we’d be underway in 5 minutes or so.
Finally, exactly two hours after we were to have left, we taxied out and took off with a rumble and shuddered into the sky. I’m not ...
... 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 ...