Hawthorn, A Bed & Breakfast
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Today the journey began! My mom and I drove to Kansas City in order for me to board my flight early tomorrow morning. It took a while to get going because I kept remembering last minute things, and even when we got to Kansas City we had to make several emergency supply stops because apparently I forgot to pack my brain (my mom was thrilled about this). However, all worked out and we ended up getting to ...
Well, today is the day for trip number 2 of the summer! I can't believe that I am currently on the plane in transit to Detroit and then to Paris! I've been planning this trip a lot longer than the other trip, so it is pretty exciting to think that it is finally here!
We should have wifi at most of the hotels that we are staying at. I will do my best to frequently update this blog, but I do know that we have a TON of ...
... beginning, you will remember how much I hated the sculpture park in San Diego but this was quite different and was actually extremely entertaining and requiring real artistic ability. After posing for some pictures with the “artwork” we ventured on inside the museum expecting to immediately walk out after seeing admission prices only to find out that it was actually free. The only stipulation was that you were not ...
... Waste Adventure Trail. It was used first as a explosive plant and then during WWII they used it to process uranium. In 2001 they finished cleaning up the site and it now has a 45 acre mound that covers all the old buildings that used to be there. It had an awesome information center and a beautiful view from the top of the mound - though the walk was a little tiring. From there we headed to Kansas City. After checking into our hotel around 4, ...
... where the president frequently strolled along at his military pace of 120 steps per minute.
I was lucky enough to enjoy the home tour with only 5 other people. This house was actually from Bess Truman's side of the family. She was born here in 1885 and died there in 1982. The house has been maintained in the exact condition as it existed on the day she passed away. Viewing this house reinforces the fact that this President ...