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Obviously, this is not my photo [thank goodness]. I forgot to take a photograph and took this from an advertisement.
While in Bella Vista, Allan and I went to the movies on two different occasions.
We love going to the movies, especially right after they have been released.
Both of the movies that we saw were based on true stories:
"Dreamer" about horse racing at the CLASSIC [which we both love]. It's heartwarming and bittersweet. It's a wonderful story for people of all ages.
It received mixed reviews, but we both really enjoyed it.
"The Greatest Game Ever Played" about golf [which we both love]. It was about a real event that happened at the U.S. Open. We really loved it and found it exciting, bittersweet, and inspirational. For everyone to see, but it is especially endearing to those who love the game of golf.
This theater has ten different movies; it is clean, comfortable, and in a great location.
If you love movies at the movie theater as Allan and I do, then, by all means, visit Carmike Sugar Creek 10 whenever you find yourself in Bella Vista, Arkansas.
Dress Code: There is no dress code as such, but you must wear shoes.
Updated Oct 31, 2005
Address: #10 Sugar Creek, Bella Vista, Arkansas
Phone: (479) 855-3456
Although Allan and I did not fly to Arkansas, it was good to find out that there is a regional airport in the Northwestern part of the state. Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport is located in Bentonville, Arkansas. [Probably because of all the people who come there in relation to Wal-Mart.
The terminal building is named Alice L. Walton Terminal Building after Sam Walton's daughter, Alice. It's a pretty impressive airport for such a small town.
They boast "almost 60 round trip flights daily to 16 destinations on six airlines." For Allan and I who would be coming from the Chicago area, we would fly American/American Eagle as would people from Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles, New York, and St. Louis. We could also fly from Chicago via United Express as would people from Denver.
Atlanta, Cincinnati, and Salt Lake City would fly Atlantic Southeast and Comair [Delta connection partners].
Those who come from Memphis, Minneapolis, and Detroit would fly Northwest.
If you live in Charlotte, North Carolina, you would fly U.S. Airways
Folks in Houston, Newark and Cleveland would be able to fly via Continental.
To find out about flights and times, just put in XNA as the symbol for this particular airport.
So, if you do not wish to drive to northwestern Arkansas [probably because of the twisting roads and heights], try flying by way of Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport!
Written Oct 31, 2005
Phone: (479) 205-1000